Dell has posted a new video showing off its Windows 7-based Latitude ST tablet.
The video displays a device aimed at the business, medical and education fields, showing a businessman walking around the office, while collaborating and working on documents, and then docking the tablet on a station when at his desk. That same docking station appears to connect with his desktop allowing for a more generous offering of screen real estate. In addition, it seems the station supports keyboard and mouse.
The Latitude ST, which may have originally been codenamed the Dell Peju, will have a USB port for accessories, a memory card reader and a HDMI output. The video also touts the tablet’s ability to connect to projectors and wireless networks. Among other specs, the Latitude ST will feature dual cameras.
The video depicts the realm of possibilities of the Latitude ST, demonstrating the device’s finger and stylus capabilities while in an educational environment with a group of young students. With data protection for sensitive patient data, the tablet is also aimed at the medical profession. Thanks to the video we now know that Dell’s upcoming tablet will support security features like remote hard drive wipe, Microsoft Bitlocker and Kensington Lock compatibility.
Dell did not mention any details regarding pricing or availability for the tablet at this time.