Many companies around the globe use Android in their Smartphones and Tablets. Now Dell has also jumped into this competition. While it doesn’t sound right when the word Dell is used with Android but it is in reality that Dell has introduced two new tablets into its starting collection. The tablets named Dell Venue 7 and Dell Venue 8, runs on Android 4.4 KitKat. They were introduced today at Computex 2014.
Both the new tablets have excellent configurations. Venue 7 comes with dual-core 64-bit Intel Atom Z3460 (Merrifield series) 1.6 GHz processor. It has 7 inches HD display screen. Venue 8 has dual-core 64-bit Intel Z3480 (Merrifield series) 2.13 GHz processor. It offer HD display with 8-inch screen. Merrifield series is the latest addition to Intel’s processors; it was revealed at MWC 2014 in February. Both tablets include a 5 megapixel rear camera. For professional sound quality they include Waves MAXXAudio Pro.
The tablets will be hitting the market soon via Dell.com. Dell.com will be presenting these tablets for sale starting from 1st of July. These tablets will be available at a decent price. Venue 7 will cost $159.99 and Venue 8 will cost $199.99. Further announcements relating the slates will be available soon.
Along with the tablets, Dell will launch accessories for both of them. The accessories are:
• Dell Duo Tablet Case
• Dell Bluetooth Portable Speaker
• Dell Venue Rotating Folio
• Dell Bluetooth Keyboard Folio
• Dell Venue Cradle (for charging the Venue 8 wirelessly)
The price of the accessories is not confirmed yet but they will be available soon after the launch of the tablets in July.