Details About Dell's Windows 7 Tab Come Out

We heard about the Dell Rosemount very briefly yesterday thanks to a leaked roadmap sent to Android Central. The roadmap put the Windows 7 tablet’s launch around the fourth quarter, which matched up with a recent announcement from Dell that the company would be launching a slate targeted at business users at the end of the year. 



Today we’ve got some more information about the business tablet, which will apparently be carrying the Latitude brand. According to information sent to Engadget by an anonymous tipster, the Dell Latitude tablet will run on Intel’s Oak Trail platform and boast a removable battery, software encryption, a dual-digitizer for support for both touch and stylus input, and the ability to perform a remote wipe.

Not much else to report at this point but we’ll keep you posted!

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  • Wish I Was Wealthy
    Very little heard,but still a long way off...
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  • endgadget
    Seriously, as the battery is removable, make a standard one for around the home and an extended for travel and PLEASE make sure it can last a day. If you do, I'd probably buy (Typing this on a modified/tweaked Dell Inspiron Duo)

    On another note, name the thing sensibly. if you search for Dell Inspiron Duo on eBay/web, you get 1000's of Inspiron Core 2 Duo machines.
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  • waethorn
    endgadgetSeriously, as the battery is removable, make a standard one for around the home and an extended for travel and PLEASE make sure it can last a day. If you do, I'd probably buy (Typing this on a modified/tweaked Dell Inspiron Duo)On another note, name the thing sensibly. if you search for Dell Inspiron Duo on eBay/web, you get 1000's of Inspiron Core 2 Duo machines.


    Learn to put exact search terms in quotes then.
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