Dell really needs to beef up security, as a number of internal documents revealing its Windows-powered Peju tablet have popped up online and disclosed details regarding Dell’s business-centric slate. This follows a series of recent leaks that have exposed Dell’s 2011 tablet plans long before the Streak maker probably intended.
If the Peju specs hold up, it will be a powerful tablet, and the first TabletPCReview has seen that is specifically listed as “Windows 8 compatible.” The goodies include a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1080 Gorilla Glass anti-glare multitouch display, Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64 or 120GB solid state drive, and Windows 7 Pro, with the aforementioned Windows 8 compatibility.
For ports, the Peju will have two USB, mini VGA, HDMI, microSD, 3.5mm audio, and 3G SIM card slot. It will have an integrated 5,500 mAh six to eight hour battery, and b/g Wi-Fi connectivity along with Bluetooth, 3G, and 4G.
The Peju is also expected to sport a 1.3-megapixel front- and five-megapixel rear-facing camera, and an N-trig stylus. All this in a device measuring 10.8 x 6.7 x 0.63 inches and weighing 1.9 lbs, complete with rubber bumpers, rubber foot, and aluminum inlay.
Dell could also offer a docking station that adds an additional three USB ports, Ethernet port, and HDMI jack.
In the original Dell roadmap leak in February, the Peju was listed as a Windows 8 tablet scheduled to ship in Q1 2012.
So, what do you think? Can the Peju reverse Dell’s tablet fortunes and make us forget about the Dell Streak and Streak 7?
Source: Dell Peju Insider