Dell has just launched a new Windows 8.1 tablet that comes with LTE capabilities built in. Interestingly, the Dell EveryPad Pro is actually a rebrand of one of the company’s 8-inch slates.
Japan is a key market for the Windows platform, and it seems that the hardware vendors are finally paying the country some due attention. According to reports, the device sells for around $486 in Japan, which is rather on the high side of things.
Then again, consumers in the country are rather demanding when it comes to hardware specifications of their Windows devices, and the Dell EveryPad Pro does not only come with Windows 8.1 but also 4G LTE wireless capabilities out of the box.
Nevertheless, good to see OEMs being this active on the Windows tablets front.
For this price you do get an 8-inch IPS LCD display with a standard resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, which is powered by an Intel Atom Z3775D processor, 2GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
Which is further backed up via the included microSD card.
The tablet also comes with a 5 megapixel rear facing camera, and a 1.2 megapixel front facing one.
So while it is essentially a rebrand of the Dell Venue 8 Pro family that the company recently launched in the United States, it simply amps up the hardware specifications, particularly in terms of memory and storage capacity, along with 4G LTE wireless connectivity.
The demands of the Japanese market are higher than most markets, hence the reason for the rebrand.