It seems that Dell which is one of the leading manufacturer in the computer world does not have a good grip of reputation in the tablet market. There was only one tablet model released by the company and it stopped. People think it was for good but it seems the company is not letting go of the idea that they can boost their sales and reach through tablet devices. This could have been the reason why it is re-entering the market as confirmed by Steve Felice, Chief Commercial Officer of Dell. After a number of failed attempts in the Android tablet market, Dell is looking to readdress the tablet space with Windows 8. Dell will launch a 10.8-inch tablet with 1,366 x 768-pixel resolution and a dual-core Atom processor later this year. The slate will also be equipped with a fingerprint reader, an 8-megapixel rear camera, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, Intel graphics, 2GB of RAM and a massive 128GB solid-state drive. Unlike many other tablets, Dell has included a removable battery that will come in two sizes. A smaller battery will get between six and eight hours of battery life, while a larger one will offer between 10 and 12 hours of usage per charge. The tablet is rumored for a late fall launch, and no pricing details were reported.