Dell joined the bigshots unveiling new tablets with Windows 8 and Windows RT at IFA 2012. I’m talking about the Dell XPS 10, that’s a 10 inch Win RT slate, once again with a format involving a removable keyboard dock.
Dell XPS 10 is supposed to have a very impressive battery , that lasts 20 hours with a single charge.
Of course, the 20 hours mean without full Windows apps, since Windows RT only runs a smaller version of the applications, especially created for the ARM platform. Dell partnered with Qualcomm for this initiative, the famous brand that gave us the Qualcomm chipsets of the last year. At the front we have a HD touchscreen and other features include a microUSB port and microSD card slot, as well as a 10 mm thick chassis. Bluetooth and WiFi are included among the specs and Dell may also integrate 3G/4G in the future.
Pricing is still a mystery, as is the rest of the specs of the Dell XPS 10, but I suppose a Snapdragon S4 or S4 Pro is a pretty good guess for the device, plus 1 or 2 GB of RAM. 16GB of storage and USB ports should also be here.