Dell's tablet will ship with a 2-cell (30WHr) or 4-cell (60WHr) battery that's removable, sure to be a welcome feature among enthusiasts and mainstream users alike. A micro USB port will be present and accounted for, as well as an optional docking station. In addition to all this, there will be some security features baked in, including a TPM chip, lock slot, and several optional goodies like a fingerprint reader.
According to Neowin, Dell's Windows 8 tablet will likely ship in the late Fall/November time frame. No word yet on price.
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