Dell is no stranger to the tablet market, and after announcing plans to revive the Venue brand back at IDF, the company has come through. Today at a press event in New York City the company announced a pair of new Android tablets, the budget-concious Venue 7 and Venue 8.
Both tablets have pretty much the same specifications, including Android 4.2.2, 2 GB of RAM and a 2GHz Intel Z2580 CPU. The duo also feature a 1280x800 pixel IPS display, though the pixels are spread out across 7 or 8 inches depending on the tablet. The only other difference appears to be a slight disparity in storage, with the Venue 7 available only as a 16GB model, while the Venue 8 can be had in an additional 32GB size.
Dell definitely isn't going to turn many heads with the Venue 7 and 8, but they do get to toss their names once again into the Android arena. Both tablets are set to hit the market on the 18th of October, with the Venue 7 retailing for $149 and the Venue 8 for $179.
today took a bold step in unveiling a new family of tablets and new laptops, including a 2-in-1 Ultrabook. The Dell Venue line of tablets is comprised of four new ultrathin models designed to address the changing way people live and work today. Dell’s “” tablets, as described by leading Enderle Group analyst, Rob Enderle, deliver leading performance and quality, backed by Intel processing technology. With compact designs that make it easy to stay connected on the go, the Dell Venue tablets have an exquisite fit and finish.In addition to the versatile new Dell Venue tablets, Dell is introducing new XPS laptops, each with breakthrough displays for a phenomenal viewing experience with vibrant, crisp images in any available screen size. The new XPS 11, the thinnest, most compact 2-in-1 in the world, also features the first Quad HD (2560 x 1440) display on an 11.6-inch 2-in-1. The XPS 15 multimedia powerhouse boasts a stunningly thin design, and offers as an option the first 15.6-inch Quad HD+ (3200 x 1800) display in the world, which is the highest resolution available on a laptop of that size. Dell is also refreshing its award-winning XPS 13 Ultrabook with faster processors, touch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display and improved battery life. With these three laptops, Dell is leading the industry with the highest resolution displays possible.“People today expect the best experience possible from their technology – they are counting on it to keep them connected and move with them, wherever they are,” said Sam Burd, vice president Dell Personal Computing Group. “The new Dell Venue tablets and XPS laptops give customers the stellar experience they expect from us, with performance that allows them to work how they want, when they want, in a design they’ll be proud to show off and own.”Dell Venue tablets are designed to give people on-the-go a wide-selection of sizes and options to meet their varying needs. From 8 and 11-inch Windows-based tablets complete with keyboard and stylus options, to the 7 and 8-inch Android tablets, Dell has created a dedicated brand of tablets to meet the needs of customers who are the epitome of the evolving workforce.
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