Dell hasn’t been successful in the Android device market, but for some reason they are simply not giving up! The computer giant has just announced a couple of Android tablets along with two other Windows 8.1 slates. All come with reasonable prices and Dell’s ‘Venue’ branding.
On the Android side we have the Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 with modest specs. They both come with a 1280x800p display, Android 4.2.2 and a 2GHz dual-core Intel Z2580 processor. Each comes with their obvious screen size: 7 and 8 inches. The Venue 7 only has a 16 GB option, though, while the Venue 8 has both 16 and 32 GB alternatives. Both have microSD card slots, though, so you shouldn’t be caught without storage space.
As mentioned in the title, these are also priced modestly. The Venue 7 will cost only $150 while the Venue 8 will cost only $30 more ($180). It’s not a bad price at all, but it’s hard for Dell to compete against tablets like the Nexus 7 with great specs and only a slightly higher price.
What do you guys say? Would you trust Dell with your next Android tablet?
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TAGS: Dell Venue 7, Dell Venue 8