Dell today resurrected its previously discontinued Venue range with a fleet of tablets running both Android OS and Windows 8.1. Best part about the tablets is the affordability that brings good features at a low asking price.
The Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 are Android-based tablets and are priced at $149 and $179 respectively. Dell hasn’t revealed complete specs of the tablets but confirmed to be powered by Intel’s Clover Trail Atom Z2760 processor.
The Venue Pro tablet – Venue 8 Pro and Venue 11 Pro runs Windows 8.1 at a competitive price of $299.99 and $499.99 respectively. The Venue 8 Pro features Intel’s new Bay Trail Atom quad-core processor, an HD IPS display and pre-loaded Office 2013 Home & Student Edition. The tablet also supports Dell Active Stylus.
The Venue 11 Pro processor comes in two choices – Atom quad-core or up to 4th gen Intel Core i3 and i5. Dell says the Venue 11 Pro gives 2-in-1 flexibility with a detachable keyboard. Furthermore, it has a removable battery, full HD display and support for Active Stylus and tablet desktop dock that brings in USB 3.0 ports and dual display out ports.
The tablets will be available from October 18 except the Venue 11 Pro which will be available in November.