Remember that Dell tablet roadmap that was leaked back in February, promising all sorts of Android and Windows 7 slate goodies? Well, it looks as if it may begin bearing fruit soon as a second, more detailed, roadmap has been unearthed detailing three new Dell tabs - most notably the 10-inch Honeycomb touting Dell Streak Pro.
The Streak Pro, which appeared on the earlier roadmap with the codename Gallo, should be landing in June and packs not only the latest version of Android, but the next-gen Nvidia Tegra T25 chip to power the visuals on its 1280x800 display.
Unlike the previous Streak devices, the Pro won't be a massive phone - it's a data only device, although you will be able to carry out VoIP calling using the two inbuilt microphones.
Also mentioned on the roadmap are two Windows 7 tablets; the 10-inch Latitude ST (which is probably the device teased by Dell in February) and the 13-inch "convertible" XT-3.
The ST (codenamed Rosemount) is the more tabletly device of the two, with an Intel Oak Trail chip inside, GPS, an accelerometer, dual cameras and 8 hours of battery life.
The XT-3 looks to be a tablet / notebook hybrid with Intel i3, i5 or i7 chip options and 4GB of RAM.
There's no news with regards to the codenamed Peju device from the previous roadmap - it looks like we'll have to wait until 2012 to get some Windows 8 tablet action.