Dell’s potential savior might be a $100 USB stick that instantly turns any monitor into an Android-based computer, but the struggling PC maker has no intentions of putting all its eggs in one basket. Windows 8.1 is getting ready for liftoff and Dell’s vice chairman Jeff Clarke recently stated that the company has high hopes for the new version of Microsoft’s operating system. Clarke says Dell is planning several new tablets for the second half and according to Digitimes’ supply chain sources, Dell will launch an 8-inch Windows tablet later this year that will target the enterprise market. The site also says Dell is considering a 10.6-inch slate powered by*either a Core i or an Atom processor, but no other{br}{br}View the Entire Article{br}