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The Dell Venue 8 tablet is now available for purchase via Best Buy for just $399.99. The tablet is easily one of the best available in the markets today, given the unique form factor and the feature set on board. It was originally revealed back in September, but Dell has picked the right time to officially bring it to the markets. With a thickness of just 6mm, it is the thinnest tablet in the world today. The device has a total of four cameras. Two of these sensors are meant for 3D gestures and other related features, thanks to Intel’s...

The keyboard dock from the rumored Dell Venue 10 tablet has just been spotted at the FCC, hinting at the device’s imminent arrival. It is being said that the Venue 10 will be a tablet as well as a notebook, thanks to its keyboard dock. The keyboard dock’s arrival at the FCC makes it clear that the device itself could be prepping a launch. The Venue...

Dell and Intel have jointly announced the Venue 8 7000 tablet sporting a thickness of just 6mm, giving it the tag of the world’s thinnest tablet. The tablet comes with the company’s popular RealSense camera on the back which provides 3D gestures and a multitude of other features. It also packs a pixel dense 8.4 inch Quad HD resolution AMOLED display and a separate 8-megapixel camera on the back for regular images. Running inside the tablet is Intel’s quad core Moorefield CPU, which should offer excellent performance...

Users of the Dell Venue 7 and the Venue 8 tablets will be pleased to know that the company has now started seeding the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update to these two budget offerings. Both tablets are getting the update simultaneously, which is good on Dell’s part to avoid long waiting times for owners of the tablets. The tablets feature a relatively stock version of Android, so you will notice the customary KitKat related changes including the white status bar icons, support for cloud printing over WiFi and some other under the hood...

There’s no question Android’s versatility has greatly evolved over time, as the OS now sustains not only conventional smartphones and tablets, but also TVs, cars, transforming tab-laptop crossbreeds and even a couple of skimpy, budget-conscious full-fledged notebooks. Yet nothing seemed to prepare us for what Dell is working on. The creators of mostly lackluster Android devices so far, including the Venue 7 and 8 slates, apparently have an XPS 12 version in the pipeline conceived around Google’s mobile platform. For those of you...

Dell, a traditionally PC maker, announced two Android tablets earlier this month in the Dell Venue family and promised that the tablets would be available for buyers starting October 18th.  Well, if you have been looking forward to getting one of these finely designed Dell tablets, you can place an order today with as little as $150 to get the 7 inch Dell Venue 7.  If you want the larger Venue 8, you will have to add $30 more as it goes for $180. These two tablets are identical, save for the differences in screen sizes.  As a recap,...

Dell recently held a press event in New York City announcing the revival of the Venue line. The latest models in this lineup include tablets running on Windows as well as Android operating systems. The Android models include the Dell Venue 8 with a starting price of $180 and the Dell Venue 7 priced at $150. Both tablets are expected to hit the market this October 18th. Sam Burd, vice president Dell Personal Computing Group, said in a press release that “People today expect the best experience possible from their technology – they...

Dell has begun shipping its new portable thumb sized Android PC code named Project Ophelia to beta testers according to a new report. As you can see from the image above, this Android PC is pretty small in size and can be connected to a television or monitor with an HDMI or MHL port. Users can basically do everything as with a normal PC once this device is plugged...