But is the tidbit a tip of things to come, an oblique reference to features we already know about, or just plain erroneous?
Dell shows that that all-in-ones can deliver both looks and strong performance.
The Scottish Government plans to roll out Windows 8 tablet PCs from several vendors to key civil servants for use on the job.
The tablets, with starting prices from $299 to $350, include Dell’s Venue 8 Pro, Toshiba’s Encore, and Asustek’s Transformer Book T100.
Dell's XPS 10 tablet and Lenovo's Yoga 11 hybrid with Windows RT have been discontinued, but the companies will provide customers free upgrades to the latest Windows RT 8.1 when the OS comes out later this month.
IDC and Gartner report that the PC market continued downhill during the third quarter, although IDC, at least, reported sales were better than expected.
Dell sent a message that it intends to keep its PC division alive with the launch of new Venue tablets on Wednesday.
Dude you're getting a Dell Android tablet.
New products will run Windows 8.1 and Android; Windows RT gets the cold shoulder.
Dell's cleverly designed laptop/tablet improves with new CPUs. It runs faster and lasts longer, but is still premium priced.