Sunday, 20 October 2013

Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 complete specs with price report


Dell has launched two new Android tablets in global market. Dell is a brand which is popularly known for desktop gadgets like PC’s, Laptops etc. From last few months we are seeing lots of lap machines manufacturer’s to bend towards palm devices. One such example is Lenovo which has launched various smartphones, tablets during last 30 days. I think all the companies are now understanding the value and importance of palm gadgets. After all it is going to be the next generation technology. In coming years you will find immense improvements in palm gadget users as they are convenient to travel with.

Two new tablets are dubbed as Dell Venue 7 and Dell Venue 7. The names are given in accordance with the screen size of the tablets. With the developer like Dell you can expect industry’s high end technologies stuffed inside both the pieces. I am going to discuss both the tablets one by one.

Dell Venue 7 specs

It comes with a 7 inch 1280x800 pixels screen. Its body is made up of plastic polycarbonate which is a hard substance (means provides security to the tablet). However it increases its cost to some bucks. It runs on Android 4.2.2 Jellybean OS and is powered by Intel Atom Z2580 processor with pairing of a 2GB RAM. Its processor comes with hyper threading and VTx technology which helps it providing a blazing fast reliable performance with all the conditions. It is further integrated with Intel HD Graphics that proves to be best for graphic related trays.

From the above paragraph you might have sensed the overall quality of this smart tablet. I mean these basic specs make a machine brilliant or dumb from the ground itself. Its other specs include:

• 16 GB ROM
• 3 MP rear and VGA front facing cameras
• Bluetooth, Wi-Fi. USB slots
• Lots more

Price: $150 (Rs. 9,000 approx)

Dell Venue 8 specs

As the name reflects it is the 8 inch variant of Venue 7. From the specs end it matches with Venue 7 in most of the aspects. Three only different things it has are its screen size, camera and memory capacities. It supports 5 MP rear and 2 MP front facing camera. It is launched with two memory variants 16 and 32 GB each.

Price: It will retail around $180 (Rs. 10,500 approx) starting price.

So for $30 Dell is giving you the option to choose wider screen with better cameras and enhanced memory. This is something called a real use of extra bucks. I will not mind spending extra $30 for these enhanced level specs.



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