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The Dell product leaks are coming pretty fast this week. Just a few days ago we got a look at Dell’s upcoming tablet roadmap with information about new Android and Windows tablets with 5 to 10 inch screens. Now Engadget has received a tip with some more details about the new Windows tablet, code-named Rosemount.

According to Engadget’s sources the Rosemount tablet will be sold under the Dell Latitude brand name, which makes it a business device. It will have a 10 inch 1366 x 768 pixel display, an Intel Atom Oak Trail processor, and enterprise software. other busienss-friendly features will include a removable battery and a digitizer that can support finger or stylus input.

Right now these are just rumors, but with Dell’s Rosemount tablet slated to hit the market this summer we only have a few months to wait to find out how accurate they are.

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2 replies on “Upcoming Dell tablet will pack a stylus, removable battery, Oak Tail chip”

  1. There’s something weird about the way that person is clutching that tablet with that two-fingered claw. I feel like they’re about to show us how to rip a wicked curveball with a tablet computer.

  2. Seems like as soon as one manufacturer comes out with a tablet computer, all the other manufacturers follow suit.

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