It’s been quite long since we last saw a Windows tablet in the market. With operating systems like Android and iOS ruling the tablet industry, Windows tablets simply don’t seem to have a chance. Just a couple of years ago, Windows tablets were pretty popular; we sadly can’t say the same today. Microsoft hasn’t lost hope though, because it’s set to re-enter the tablet industry with tablets running the upcoming Windows 8 operating system showed off in June. Now, we have managed to get our hands onto a leaked video showing the Dell Peju supposedly running the Windows 7 OS. This is not an official video of the tablet, since it hasn’t been announced yet. The video shows Dell’s industrial design plans for the said tablet, revealing most of its specifications.
According to the video, the tablet will feature a 10.1″ display with pixel dimensions of 1920×1080 (Full HD) and scratch proof Corning Gorilla Glass. The chassis of the tablet will comprise a soft touch aluminium casing with a central Dell logo. What grabbed our attention though is the docking port with 2 USB ports, a mini VGA port, an HDMI port, and a Gigabit Ethernet port. This reminds us of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer which also came with a docking station, though not entirely similar as the one we see here. The source also mentions that the tablet will have 4 GB of RAM, 64 or 120 GB of storage capacity, a 5 MP rear camera as well as a 1.3 MP front facing camera. An Intel i5 processor is also said to be on board, though the clock speed is not mentioned.
There haven’t been too many Windows 7 tablets in the market. This tablet could please a few, considering the fact that Windows is a computer operating system, and the whole point of a tablet is to make it that much closer to a real computer, with the convenience of ultra portability. The Dell Peju certainly has all the makings of becoming a good tablet, provided Dell launches it at the right time.