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    Dell Slate 5-inch Android Tablet

    Dell Slate 5-inch Android TabletSlate and tablet PCs are a abound at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, ahead of a highly anticipated device from Apple Inc that is widely expected to be unveiled in late January.Dell Slate 5-inch Android Tablet 2

    Dell has unveiled a 5-inch Android-powered tablet PC at CES, which is called Slate for now. The device comes with a SIM slot so you can hook up to 3G service for Internet connectivity. And it has a 5-megapixel camera. Chances are AT&T might be its service provider, but no confirmation on that.Dell Slate 5-inch Android Tablet 3

    It’s believed that Dell is prepping similar devices with different screen sizes and form factors. No other details except some pictures after the jump.[adsense]Dell Slate 5-inch Android Tablet 4

    On Wednesday. Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer displayed a Hewlett-Packard Co slate that was considerably larger than Dell’s. Michael Tatelman, Dell’s vice president of consumer sales and marketing, said the company is testing a number of different screen sizes as it pushes further into the mobile market.Dell Slate 5-inch Android Tablet 5

    Dell recently released its first smartphone, the Mini 3, which is on sale in China and Brazil, and will be available in the U.S. on AT&T Inc’s network. (

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