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    Dell Peju Windows 8 Tablet

    Posted: 25 Jul 2011 04:54 PM PDT

    For a long time, Dell has been a steadfast and loyal partner to Microsoft. Even outside of desktops and laptops, Dell has equipped its products with the latest from Microsoft. Case in point – The Dell Venue Pro smartphone runs on Windows Phone 7, and the innovative Dell Inspiron Duo runs on Windows 7. Yes, Dell has made feeble attempts at Android mobile devices, but none of those have been quite as lucrative as Dell would have expected. It's interesting that after Dell released the Android phone and tablets, it released a Windows Phone and a Windows tablet, implying that Dell might be abandoning Android in favor of Microsoft software.

    This might explain why there have been rumors that Dell would be releasing another tablet in January 2012 (codenamed Peju), but recent news from suggests otherwise, claiming that the release is slated for October 2011. The most fascinating aspect of this tablet, aside from the hardware specs that would put it on another level from competitors, is the fact that it's purported to be Windows 8 compatible. The expected specs are below, along with a picture of the Peju itself:

    • CPU: Intel Core i5 processor
    • Memory: 4 GB
    • Storage: 64 GB SSD or 120 GB SSD
    • Display: 10.1-inch, wide-angle, 1920×1080
    • OS: Windows 7 Pro / Windows 8 Compatible
    • Slots/ ports: 2-USB, Mini VGA, HDMI, microSD, audio, SIM (3G)
    • Battery: integrated, 5,500 mAh, 6 – 8 hour real-world battery life
    • Connectivity: WiFi b/g, Bluetooth, 3G & 4G
    • Webcam: 1.3 MP Front Facing & 5MP Rear Facing Camera
    • Input: Touch, Stylus, Bluetooth Keyboard, & USB Keyboard. via the docking station. (Keyboard not included)
    • Dimensions: 10.8 x 6.7 x 0.63 inches, 1.9 lbs.

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