The company is exploring designs with screens of 10 inches and larger.
Dell will release Windows tablets later this year that could potentially include devices with screen sizes larger than 10 inches.
The products will be a refresh of Dell’s current tablet offerings, said Steve Lalla, vice president and general manager of mobile products and solutions at Dell, in an interview.
Dell is exploring designs with different screen sizes to its current 10-inch models, he said, though it was unclear if those new sizes will be among the products released later this year. Dell is primarily interested in screen sizes of 10 inches or larger, Lalla said.
The new tablets will succeed the XPS 10, which runs Windows RT, and the Latitude 10, which runs Windows 8 Pro. Dell continues to work on Windows 8 and Windows RT devices, Lalla said, but he didn’t give further details about the upcoming products or their exact release dates.
The company also plans to release thinner and lighter laptops and convertibles later this year.
Dell’s tablets are geared toward the BYOD (bring-your-own-device) market, meaning they’re designed to be suitable for use both at work and at home. The company aims to deliver better remote management, cloud and encryption features in its future products.
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