Whenever a particular device or consumer electronics arrive at the FCC, you know for sure that it is being primed for a general release to the masses, and the same can be said for the Dell XPS 10. Having arrived at the doorsteps of the FCC today, complete with its user manual as well as photos of the 10” tablet’s case and internal components, we do look forward to the day where the Dell XPS 10’s product page appears for the masses to take advantage of – after parting with their fair share of dollars and cents, of course.

For starters, the Dell XPS 10 is a 10” tablet that will carry a 1366 x 768 pixel display, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, have up to 64GB RAM, sports both front and rear cameras, has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. It will run on the Windows RT platform, which is actually Windows 8 for devices that have ARM-based processors underneath the hood, so kiss goodbye to backwards compatibility of older apps which run on Windows 7 and before.

Other hardware specifications include a 27Whr battery, a microSD memory card slot, a microUSB port, a mini HDMI port and a docking connector. Pre-orders for the Dell XPS 10 start from $500 onwards – are you interested?

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