More info emerges on upcoming Dell Streak Pro Android tablet, Latitude ST Windows 7 tablet

Summary:Dell can never seem to keep its forthcoming products to itself, as another leak has provided specifics about the company's new Android 3.0 tablet and Windows 7 slate, the existence of which had already emerged a couple of months ago.

Dell can never seem to keep its forthcoming products to itself, as another leak has provided specifics about the company's new Android 3.0 tablet and Windows 7 slate, the existence of which had already emerged a couple of months ago.

The Dell Streak Pro is a 10-inch tablet running the latest version of Android, code-named "Honeycomb" and powered by an Nvidia Tegra T25 dual-core chip. Dell is planning to install its "Stage 1.5" UI in addition to Honeycomb, though what it will deliver that the tablet-friendly Android flavor doesn't already remains to be seen. No pricing yet, but the Streak Pro appears slated for a June launch.

Windows fans may want to wait until October, when the Latitude ST is supposed to drop. Running Windows 7, this 10-inch tablet will also break from the Android pack by using one of Intel's new Atom Z6xx series "Oak Trail" CPUs. The ST can come with up to 128GB of solid state storage and packs 2GB of RAM, front- and rear-facing cameras, and support for stylus input (a.k.a. "Active Pen Support"). Again, no pricing info yet, but the ST should be one of the most highly visible Wintel tablets to be released this year.

[Via Engadget]

Topics: Hardware, Android, Dell, Laptops, Mobility, Tablets

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