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Grab one of Dell’s Venue 7000 series tablets for half off

If you’re in the market for a new tablet, you may want to check out the big savings that Dell is offering on its Venue 7000 line. For a limited time, you can grab the Dell Venue 8 7000 for just $ 199, a savings of $ 200 from its $ 399 list price, or if you need a larger display you can opt for the Venue 10 7000 for an additional $ 100. This drops the  [Read More…]

Google Pixel C vs Dell Venue 10 7000 Series: an Android tablet keyboard showdown

Google’s first in-house tablet is very pretty, but far from an original idea.

There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the shiny new Pixel C from Google, and with good reason. It’s a spec powerhouse, it’s running the latest and greatest version of Android, and it is so damn pretty. A big selling point for this tablet is its keyboard, which connects to the tablet with a series of powerful magnets and even receives power from the  [Read More…]

Review: Dell Venue 10 7000 Series

The first convertible laptop running Android you should ever even think about buying.

Large Android tablets are hard. Most apps aren’t formatted to take advantage of the extra screen size, and the frequent implementation of 16:9 aspect ratio means using anything with a screen larger than eight inches is cumbersome at best. The best we’ve seen from these devices is a focus on gaming or media consumption, but when these devices enter the $ 400+ price  [Read More…]

Dell’s Venue 10 7000 Series keyboard is what every Android keyboard should be

Dell’s tablet experience feels like a laptop experience, and it’s something more companies should emulate immediately.

With few exceptions, mobile keyboards are terrible. The keys often are too close together with next to no travel, and when you do pay extra for a feature like backlit keys it’s usually not a great experience. In a world where we are surrounded by folks trying to claim tablets can be productivity machines, the dearth of quality keyboards for  [Read More…]

In pictures: Nexus 9 versus Dell Venue 10 7000 Series

Google and Dell both want you to use their Android tablets for productivity and entertainment, but the approach is what sets them apart.

Android tablets with large screens are mostly though to be no-compromise consumption devices. These are the computers that replaced inexpensive netbooks as a buying option for a lot of folks, especially with the volume of streaming video apps and games in the Google Play Store today. Google released the Nexus 9 to act  [Read More…]

Dell Venue 10 7000 hands-on

Following on from the Venue 8, Dell’s new 10-inch Android slate boasts high-end specs, depth-sensing cameras and a unique form factor.

One of the biggest Android tablet surprises of 2015 has been the Venue 8 7000 series, the super-thin tablet with a depth-sensing camera and a gorgeous display, which gets even better with Lollipop. Now the manufacturer’s back with a second Android 5.0 slate, the 10.5-inch Venue 10 7000 series. Like its predecessor it eschews the  [Read More…]

Dell’s ultra-thin Venue 8 7000 tablet heads to India for ₹34,999

Unveiled earlier this year, Dell’s Venue 8 7000 Series tablet — specifically the Venue 8 7480 — has made its way to India for ₹34,999 ($ 549), with availability commencing from July.

Second look: Dell Venue 8 7000 Series with Android 5.0.2

Dell’s most impressive Android offering to date has finally been updated to Lollipop, improving an already impressive tablet experience.

It has been six long months since the Dell Venue 8 (aka the 7000 Series or the 7840) crossed our desks. And while we had plenty of nice things to say about this tablet in our review it couldn’t be more clear that the biggest problems here were software-related. Dell’s ultra-thin, (nearly) bezel-free, horizontally asymmetrical tablet feels  [Read More…]

Dell announces its latest Android tablet, the 10.5-inch Venue 10 7000

Dell has announced its latest Android tablet today, the Venue 10 7000, a business-focused bigger sibling to the Venue 8 7000 series.

Apart from the cylindrical battery at the bottom of the device, the Venue 10 7000 is essentially a blown up version of its smaller Venue 8 7000 series sibling, featuring specs that are largely the same aside from the bump up to a 10.5-inch screen.

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Dell announces the Venue 10 7000, starts at $499

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The last time we heard from Dell was when they introduced the Venue 8 7000, and Dell claimed that it is the world’s thinnest tablet. Now Dell is back again with yet another addition, and this time it is the Dell Venue 10 7000. This tablet has a premium design and it seems that Dell is targeting business users with this tablet. It also features Intel’s RealSense 3D depth-sensing camera and a  [Read More…]