Dell is expected to launch a 2-in-1 Android tablet with a 10 inch screen and a keyboard station that you can connect to use the tablet as a notebook. It’s called the Dell Venue 10 and the company first started talking about the tablet in September… without actually saying very much about it at the time.

Dell hasn’t announced a launch date for the tablet yet, but the keyboard dock just passed through the FCC, which suggests a launch could be imminent.

venue 10 keyboard_05

According to the user manual posted at the FCC, the tablet pairs with the keyboard over a Bluetooth connection, features dedicated keys for back, all apps, action menu, home, and search as well as volume, brightness, and media playback buttons.

The keyboard also features backlit keys.

If leaked benchmark results are to be believed, the Venue 10 tablet will feature an Intel Atom Bay trail processor, a full HD display. 2GB of RAM, front and rear cameras, WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC.

thanks Dave Zatz!

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2 replies on “Dell Venue 10 Android tablet keyboard hits the FCC”

  1. Wow, a trackpad on an Android keyboard accessoy. That’s rare. I’ve been wanting an attachable mouse/keyboard combo for Android tablets for a while now.

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