Dell is more commonly known to make great desktop and laptop PC’s but what most of us didn’t know was they actually tried to enter the smartphone market with no success at all. But they are still producing some tablets from time to time that runs on both Android and Windows OS. And their newest additions are the Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8.
The Dell Venue 7 and Dell Venue 8 Android-based tablets are affordable, feature-rich tablets for people who want to be constantly connected wherever they are. Both tablets have an upscale fit and finish, and are designed with longevity in mind with the right components so that customers will be just as delighted with their tablet one year from now, as they are on the day they take it out of the box.
The Venue 7 will be priced at $150, while the Venue 8 is $180. And if you’re wondering why the price is almost identical, it’s because the only difference between the Venue 7 and Venue 8 is the device screen size. Everything else is the same.
Both devices runs on Intel ATOM Z2580 processors that are the Clover Trail+ version ATOM processors that features a Hyperthreading and VTx technology. Both devices also have 2GB of RAM, Intel HD graphics adapters, and support for 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0. The displays are both at 1200 x 800 resolution and runs on Android 4.2.2.
You can find more about the new Venue Android tablets on Dell’s press release here.
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