All eyes may be on Dell's Streak 7 (aka M02M "Looking Glass") Android tablet, but the company isn't ignoring its enterprise customers either. More Dell Windows tablet rumors have emerged, this time with DigiTimes describing the company as - along with RIM and the PlayBook - "the most active brand" in the segment. Last we heard, Dell were tipped to be providing tablet hardware for Steve Ballmer to demonstrate during the Microsoft CES 2011 keynote.
It won't be Dell's first Windows tablet drive, of course. The company currently offers several business-centric models - including the Latitude XT2 and multiple ruggedized versions - using convertible touchscreen displays. It's unclear whether the Dell tablet expected to debut next week will be a true slate, however, rather than having a full keyboard attached.