With the upcoming Dell Rosemont the company has big things planned for their new Windows 7 business tablet, including the Atom based Intel Oak Trail processor.
The 10-inch tablet will be an enterprise device according to anonymous sources and will have some nice additions including a removable battery, software encryption and the ability to remotely wipe the device in case of a loss or stolen situation.
The device is also said to have a dual-digitizer for touch and stylus input.
No pricing, release date or other specs at this time, but when it comes to learning about enterprise tablet devices we’ll take what we can get, whenever we can get it.
Hopefully for Microsoft’s sake then can find a bit more success in the Windows 7 Tablet market than they have with Windows Phone 7 devices.