Dell Inc., the computer maker who had been rumored on making a smart tablet, unveiled its part of the share for the tablet-era, bringing in its Android-based tablet PC. Dell founder and CEO Michael Dell, during his keynote, showcased the company’s latest gadget at the Oracle Open World held in San Francisco on Wednesday. At the event, the only thing which was formally announced about the device was the feature of the tablet sporting a 7-inch screen, which according to the company is a sure competitor to the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
According to a close source, even though no details have been officially released, the Android-based Tablet PC consist the following specs:
1. 7-inch Touchscreen Display
2. 800 x 480 pixels resolution
3. 4GB RAM
4. SDHC Memory Card Slot with support upto 32GB
5. 1.3 Megapixel Camera
6. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G Connectivity
7. Built-in GPS
8. 2100 mAh Battery
Michael Dell further told that the Tablet shown is just a prototype as Dell is experimenting on different screen sizes. Dell is readying its second Android-based tablet for its customers as the company aims to bring in more than $60 Billion in revenue this year.