Neowin reports that Dell is working on two new tablets based on Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system. First there's the Latitude 10 with a 10.8-inch screen and a 1366x768 pixel resolution. The tablet is powered by a dual-core Intel Atom Clover Trail processor, combined with an Intel graphics chip, 2 GB of memory and a 128 GB solid state drive. A webcam and fingerprint reader are also integrated.
The appearance of the tablet is similar to Dell's earlier Latitude ST. It weighs 740 grams and is 13.4 millimetres thick. The battery can be exchanged for one with a larger capacity, increasing the 7-hour battery life to 12 hours.
Dell is allegedly also working on the XPS 12, which is to feature a 12.5-inch screen with a Full HD 1920x1080 resolution. Like we've seen with ASUS' tablet, the XPS can be docked, allowing it to be used like a small laptop. The casing will be made of aluminum and carbon fiber. Dell's XPS 12 tablet supposedly also uses an Intel processor.
Rumour has it that Dell's Windows 8 Latitude 10 and XPS 12 tablets will be available in fall. Prices have yet to be mentioned.