Not long after Dell’s tablet plans for 2011 were leaked, certain details about its 10-inch Rosemount tablet are beginning to surface and from what we’ve heard so far, Dell really does mean business.
The upcoming Windows 7 slate, which is part of the 39-device line up that Dell revealed at its Dell Mean Business event last week, will supposedly be powered by Intel’s Oak Trail Atom processor, according to an inside source who tipped off Engadget.
As part of its efforts to make the tablet business oriented, there will also be other features that will make the Rosemount appealing to enterprises, such as serviceable components (like a removable battery), the ability to perform a remote wipe, and software encryption. As for its touch components, Rosemount will also sport a dual-digitizer and support both touch and stylus input.
No other details, such as pricing, availability, battery life, or other internal components, are available at this time. However, the Dell roadmap leak indicates a June launch date.