Android Central‘s got a scoop on Dell’s roadmap for tablets in 2011, and they’re using Android and Windows 7. Three devices are shown, starting with a 10″ Android tablet based on nVidia’s Tegra T25 and sporting Honeycomb with Dell’s Stage 1.5 user interface. Windows 7 is the OS of choice on the other two devices: A 10″ built on Intel’s Oak Trail at 1.5GHz with 128GB of SSD storage and a 13″ convertible tablet using Intel’s Huron River family to provide the horsepower – up to an i7 SVU. The Android tablet is called the Streak Pro and is scheduled to ship first, in June, with the convertible 13″ ( Latitude XT-3 ) following in July and the 10″ Windows 7 tablet ( Latitude ST ) dropping in October. I’m curious about Dell’s Stage interface over Honeycomb,Honeycomb’s pretty awesome as is. Click the link to read more at Android Central.
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Complete and utter gadget freak; I've always been unable to resist a nice shinny object with blinkin' lights and buttons. If it has switches and dials too, even better. Professionally I'm a systems engineer, specializing in the Macintosh platform. I spent 5 years at Apple and then a couple years at a cross-platform remote engineering company. I'm currently looking for my next opportunity.