The tablet will have an 8-inch screen and run on Intel's new 'Bay Trail' Atom processor.
Neil Hand, vice president at Dell, says the tablet will be marketed to both businesses and consumers, and will feature long battery life and LTE capabilities.
There was little else shared about the tablet, but a full launch will take place on October 2nd.
Intel recently showed off their latest Bay Trail chips, which feature 8 cores.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 11 Sep 2013 18:38