CES 2010: Dell unveils Android tablet concept

Dell has unveiled the its previously-rumoured tablet concept at CES today, an Android device with a 5-inch screen.Packing a 5 megapixel camera with fl

Dell has unveiled the its previously-rumoured tablet concept at CES today, an Android device with a 5-inch screen.

Packing a 5 megapixel camera with flash, Dell were pretty secretive on any other details, maintaining its status as a concept rather than a solid, finished product.

The company did, however, admit it was looking in to other screen sizes, and Pocket Lint got wind it'll pack a SIM card slot out of a spokesman as well, meaning we can probably expect 3G connectivity.

It is slated for a 2010 launch, but whether we'll see it in the UK, and any pricing remains very much up in the air. Apparently we can expect more details soon – and as soon as we have them, you know we'll be getting them straight out to you.

Keep it locked to Stuff.tv for hands on snaps very shortly.

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