Dell (DELL.NASDAQ) will launch its anticipated 10-inch tablet in the Chinese market before the US market, CNET reported. John Thode, a Dell vice president and manager of Dell’s mobility business, said that Dell’s decision was based on concerns that the US market is not yet mature enough. “This is a choice about where is the best place to take our story and avoids a bunch of the inhibitors and barriers to success that we’ve seen in the US market,” he said. “Things like confusion over what exactly Android is bringing to the table.” Dell is already selling two smaller tablets in the US, but neither of them compete directly with the 9.7-inch iPad produced by Apple (AAPL.NASDAQ). The company will market the new tablet, called the Dell Streak 10 Pro, through its existing network of 10,000 China stores and plans to increase the number of its service centers to 2,000 by the end of this year.