Dell Launching Windows 7-Powered Peju Tablet in October?

In addition to recently releasing Android-based tablets under its Streak brand, Dell may make a return to the Windows tablet arena with the release of a slate product in October. Codenamed the Dell Peju, Dell’s slate tablet will come with an anti-glare Gorilla Glass touchscreen that will dominate the front surface, a rubber bumper along with a soft-touch finish on the back to help users grip the large 10-inch slate, along with aluminum.

The device will be a higher-end tablet as it will feature Intel’s Core i5 processor, a 10.1-inch 1920 X 1080 display, 3G/4G/WiFi connectivity, and a battery that will last for 6-8 hours on a single charge. The tablet will also feature a front-facing camera for video calls along with a rear 5-megapixel camera. As this is a Windows tablet, it will feature USB ports, mini VGA port, and HDMI. The tablet is expected to run Windows 7 Professional, but it may also be upgrade-able to Windows 8 whenever that OS is ready for release by Microsoft.

Dell will also release a special docking station for the Peju tablet as well, which would add additional ports.

Via: Engadget

  

Comments

  1. Dale Strauss says

    Any word on whether it will have an active digitizer or not? I was impressed with early reviews of the new Motion tablet, but no digitizer means FAIL in my world (sorry Mr. Jobs).

  2. Dale Strauss says

    Any word on whether it will have an active digitizer or not? I was impressed with early reviews of the new Motion tablet, but no digitizer means FAIL in my world (sorry Mr. Jobs).

  3. Joyanto Goswami says

    With this kind of PR, DELL will sell millions. I was just talking to an H/P rep this afternoon about exactly such a device and now I seen this video. DELL, please do not change the name. There are two types of “business” products. One for the suit and tie/golf shirt and Khaki’s crowd. And another for the blue collar “gotta get dirty” crowd, an iPad’s too pretty and got no Windows OS to “boot”.  A Playbook needs an Windows OS or else I can’t run my work related peripherals & GUI.

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