CES 2012: Dell to Introduce Tablet in Late 2012

CES is the platform that is meant for not only showing the products rather also for announcements regarding your future plans and upcoming launches. While talking to Reuters Dell’s chief commercial officer Steve Felice revealed that they are planning to bring its first consumer tablet computer in late 2012.

This plan seems to be culmination of learning from others about how to develop and introduce a tablet that can really be admired by consumers. The company that once had decent command over the PC market has seen the tablet and smartphone market growing and alluring consumers to shift away from PCs. Surprisingly, it never wanted to make tablets and smartphones as the part of their business.

Talking to Reuters at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Felice told that the company is looking at a major push into the consumer electronics market after it suffered with reduced consumer base amid declining popularity of PCs. Felice took the famous CES dais to clarify why Dell took too much time in coming out with such plans as its rivals like HP and Research in Motion (RIM) has already introduced gadgets that earned huge popularity and growth.

Talking to reporters in Las Vegas, Felice said “We have been taking our time. The general failure of everyone that’s tried to introduce a tablet outside of Apple suggested Dell to opt out of the plan.” He asserted that people will see Dell entering into this market in a bigger way towards the end of 2012.

CES is on till January 13, 2012 so many more announcements and innovations are yet to come. Qresolve, the premier computer support service provider is keeping a close tab on the CES developments so keep on visiting us for more updates.

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