Dell jumped into the tablet market with the Streak back in 2010, and suffered a bit from an identity crisis as a phone / tablet hybrid. It is an Android tablet with 3G, capacitive touch screen, 5MP camera and a suite of usual suspects including Wifi, GPS and Bluetooth.
Since then Dell has launched the Latitude tablet, borrowing from the goodwill that their highly successful Latitude desktop computers has generated, and giving customers a starting point in understanding the tablets capabilities. The Latitude runs Windows 7 and features an Intel Atom processor, with a 10.1" screen and weighing less than 2 pounds.
The front facing camera is 720p, and the rear facing camera is 5MP, lasts for up to 6 hours on a charge and comes with all the expectations that a Windows operating system affords desktop users. Its capable of up to 2GHZ processing speed, touch and stylus operation, 128GB hard drive, USB, micro SD, and can be extended with a dock to provide 3 USB ports, LAN, HDMI and audio outputs.