Dell’s 10-inch Android and Windows tablets get names, specs, release dates and running Windows 7 on those fancy new Oak Trail chips from Intel and the other pushing Android 3.0 with a Tegra T25.On the other hand Wintel powered Latitude ST boasts a resolution of 1366 x 768, 2GB of RAM, up to a 128GB SSD, GPS, an accelerometer, both front- and rear-facing cameras, an 8-hour removable battery and 1080p video output………….
Dell has a new 10-inch Honeycomb tablet on the way under the name Dell Streak Pro and it features detailed in the report for the Dell Streak Pro include a 10-inch WXGA (1280×800) display, a dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 SoC, a mobile broadband modem (3G or 4G), dual mics and dual cameras, Dell’s custom Stage UI customization and a software feature named ‘Enterprise application stack’.From the name and the inclusion of software titled ‘Enterprise application stack’ this upcoming Streak looks to have a business future in mind.A 10-inch tablet for the Dell Streak family has been something anticipated for a few months now. Dell themselves have stated a 10-inch model is coming, but have yet to give away a firm release date or official name for such a tablet. In the past the 10-inch Honeycomb tablet was though to be named Gallo.here’s an expected stylus / active digitizer handwriting update expected at the end of the year according to the first roadmap leaked earlier this year.
- 10-inch 1280 x 800 display
- 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2
- Android 3.0 Honeycomb
- Mobile broadband connection (data-only)
- Dell Stage 1.5 UI
- Enterprise application stack
- 2 mics, 2 video chat
The newly discovered Dell Latitude ST tablet PC with all of its features sounds like the business and enterprise designed device Dell was informing us of back in February.The Latitude ST according to a leaked roadmap offers some progressive hardware. A 10-inch HD (1366×768) touch LCD with active pen support, a 1.5 GHz Intel Atom Z670 (Oak Trail) processor, 2GB RAM, an SSD (up to 128GB), integrated GPS, Accelerometer, Full HD 1080p output (via HDMI), dual cameras (front; 1.3MP; back: 3MP) and of course Windows 7.Now those features aren’t too shabby and the up to 8 hours battery life will be definitely be a nice capability. However the current reports haven’t been substantiated by Dell via a company press release but that should come in due time if the device is really coming to market in October 2011.
- 10-inch 1366 x 768 display
- Intel Oak Trail Atom Z760 (1.5GHz) processor
- Windows 7
- Up to 128GB SSD storage
- 3MP rear / 1.3MP front cameras
- 1080p video output
- 8 hour battery
- Removable battery
- Software encryption
- Dual digitizer to support both touch and stylus.