Oct 2nd, 2013


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.

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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?

[via Engadget]

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