Hardware Specs Leaked For Dell Windows 8 Tablet!
Now, we all know that the hottest topic in the tech world now a days is that whether Microsoft will be able to get much popularity as the iOS and Android with its mobile operating system. But for that we are waiting very anxiously for the release of Windows 8 and then we will know that Microsoft has to offer in the tablet market. Today, we are bringing you the detailed leaked specs of the first Windows 8 tablet from Dell.
This slide was leaked by Neowin and according to this slide, the tablet will be named as Dell Latitude 10. The physical measurements of the tablet include 10 x 7 x 0.4 and it will only weigh 1.57 lbs. it means that it will not be much thicker and heavier than the iPad but the main question is that what Dell is offering under the hood of this slate.
According to the slide, Dell Latitude 10 will be powered by an Intel Clover Trail Atom Dual Core Processor under the hood that will be accompanied by 2GB of RAM as well as Intel Integrated Graphics. The tablet will be offering up to 128 GB of internal storage and in addition to that there will be an 8MP camera on the back while a 2MP shooter will also be placed on the front. In addition to that it will also feature a finger print reader as well, while tablet will have the usual stuff like WiFi, Bluetooth and optional mobile broadband support as well. Another important part of the device will be its 10.1 inch HD display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and an optional stylus.
Another important spec of the tablet is that Dell will be introducing removable battery in it. According to the rumors, Dell will offer two different batteries with the device, the smaller one will be used to juice the device for 6 to 8 hours while a larger battery will be capable of powering the device for 10 to 12 hours as well.
We have not received any word on the pricing of the device but so far it looks like a pretty interesting and impressive slate to us. We will get more information as the time passes, it will be release after the Windows 8 is released this winter.