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A Slide that resembles those from a roadmap of Dell has transpired on a web-site. The picture points to a number of tablets by Dell as well as to one based on Windows 8 due in early 2012. The latter fact puts a vast intrigue onto the launch schedule of the next-gen operating system by Microsoft Corp.

Based on a slide published by Android Central web-site, Dell plans to release a new 7" tablet based on Android operating system in Q1 2011, Dell "Gallo" with 10" screen powered by Google Android in Q2 2011, Dell "Rosemount" slate based on Windows 7 in late Q2 2011 and so on. The slide also shows that the world's No. 3 maker of PCs will upgrade its tablets pretty often: once in a quarter or two.

The most intriguing piece of information that the slide reveals is that Dell plans to release a code-named Peju tablet with 10" screen featuring Windows 8 operating system in Q1 2012. Since earlier this year it transpired that the Windows 8 will not be available until 2013, it may indicated that the roadmap is outdated.

Dell did not comment on the news-story.

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