During Dell’s quarterly earnings call earlier this week, CEO and founder Michael Dell promised a “full complement” of devices, including tablets and other touchscreen products, for the launch of Windows 8 later this year. Now, a slide purportedly showing a 10.8-inch Windows 8 tablet from Dell has cropped up on the Web. Hit the jump for more.
Published by Neowin, the slide is marked confidential and pertains to a yet unreleased tablet named Dell Latitude 10. According to the info contained in this allegedly leaked slide, the Dell Latitude 10 will sport a 10.1-inch multi-touch display (1366x768), a dual-core Intel “Clover Trail” Atom CPU, 2GB RAM, 128GB solid-state storage, integrated graphics and dual cameras (2.0 MP front/8.0 MP rear). Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile broadband connectivity. Could this be the “business-friendly” tablet that Michael Dell alluded to in an interview with Bloomberg a couple of months back? Only Dell can tell.