Dell rolls out Venue 10 7000 tablet
Tablets – there are definitely two major camps out there, running on Android and iOS, with the latter boasting the likes of the iPad. Of course, we should not forget the Windows-powered tablets, but those tend to be the minority more than the majority. Well, Dell has made another appearance in the tablet camp with their latest model, the Dell Venue 10 7000, which was specially designed to impress the masses with its stunning features, best tablet display technology available and full-size detachable, magnetic keyboard for better productivity while you are on the move.
Both the Dell Venue 10 and 8 7000 tablets will boast of enhanced productivity with Android 5.0 Lollipop running right out of the box, in addition to Android for Work. The Venue 10 boasts of a distinctive, razor-thin profile which is based on the same stunning design as the Venue 8 7000, meaning there is the barrel edge that makes it a snap to hold and carry, or to slot into the magnetic, backlit keyboard which can position the tablet in five different configurations: tablet, slate, stand, tent or clamshell modes. Users can also enjoy an immersive audio experience thanks to the presence of MaxxAudio Mobile by Waves and front-firing stereo speakers.
In addition, your eyes will definitely fall in love with the Venue 10’s display technology, which will comprise of a brilliant 10.5” OLED 2560×1600 screen, a quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 processor, and the Intel RealSense snapshot depth camera, where it will be capable of snapping a depth map for every single picture captured. Not only that, this particular tablet will also come with the intuitive Dell Gallery application with selective re-focusing and measurement functions, in addition to smart albums to automatically organize photos.
The Venue 10 7000 will retail for $499.00, but if you would like to bring it home with the magnetic keyboard, then it will cost you $629.00 instead as it arrives this month.