Dell has already confirmed that they’re going to be releasing tablets running on Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS, but without any word of the actual products they’re working on, we have no idea what to expect. Until now. A couple of their upcoming tablets just got revealed in a couple of leaked presentation slides, showing specs, details and rendered photos of Dell’s Latitude 10 and XPS 12 tablets.
First up is the Dell Latitude 10, a 10.8-inch (1366 x 768 resolution) slate that comes powered by an Intel dual-core (Clover Trail) Atom processor and 2GB of RAM. The rest of the listed specs include Intel’s integrated graphics and a 128GB solid state drive for storage, plus Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and optional mobile data for wireless storage. Multimedia features includes a headset jack, built-in speakers, and dual cameras, with a 2MP camera up front and an 8MP snapper at the back.
Battery life wasn’t listed, but the document lists two removable battery options (a 2-cell and a 4-cell) for the Latitude 10. Pricing wasn’t revealed, but that 128GB SSD doesn’t look cheap.
The next slide shows the XPS 12, which looks to be a convertible tablet/laptop with a flipping screen that we’ve seen on the Inspiron Duo that they introduced back in 2010. Specifics for this one wasn’t listed on the leaked slide, but it does manage to reveal a few of its highlights.
The XPS 12 will be fronted by a 12.5-inch Full-HD screen with an edge-to-edge Gorilla Glass panel and will feature a frame built with aluminum and carbon fiber to keep the weight down to 1.4kgs.
Both tablets are expected to be announced in late 2012, around the same time Microsoft officially introduces Windows 8.