Dell has officially released a video of Dell Latitude ST, a Windows 7 based tablet that will boast a docking station with multiple connectivity options.
The Video shows different use cases for the tablet that is focused towards work than play, with doctors, teachers and professionals shown using it. The video also shows off its docking station which ones connected to a monitor and a keyboard can make the tablet a full-fledged PC.
The 10.1 inch tablet will also have full USB port and SDcard slot along with an optional Stylus (for Capacitive touch screen). Security aspect include remote wipe function, Kensington lock compatibility and Microsoft Bitlocker support.
The tablet will come pre-loaded with educational, medical and professional applications and will also support Windows apps, (likely upgrade to Windows 8 as well).
According to some reports it has two USB ports, mini VGA, HDMI, microSD, audio jack, and a SIM card slot for 3G wireless connectivity. It also has front and rear cameras (1.3 megapixel front camera, and 5 megapixel rear).
The availability has not been announced yet, but given the fact that it is based on Windows 7, and Windows 8 launch is round the corner, Dell would like to launch it soon, most likely in November itself.