Dell Venue 10 7000
Business is a segment that has always been closely associated with technology.Whether it’s the business latop,the workstation or the PDA. the ‘business’ market has been thriving like nobody’s business.With tablets becoming the netbooks,it’s only natural that somebody decides to make a business tablet.This time it’s Dell with the venue 107000 series of tablets. At first glance,the tablet looks a little bit like a Yoga series of tablets from Lenovo,buts that’s only because of the ‘barrel edge’ design of things on the venue. Powered by a quad-core Intel Atom processor, it feature 2GB RAM and a 10.5-inch OLED touch screen.With Android for work(Lollipop 5.0)pre -installed, the tablet can also be bought with an optional keyboard.The two front facing speakers make watching videos and having video conference a lot easier and the ‘barrel edge’ makes it easy to hold while operating it with one hand. The barrel edge doesn’tjust make for a convenient hand grip however. One of the biggest problems with tablets that come with keyboards face is the attaching and propping up department. While most designs offer a non-folding design or require propping up with a separate case,the barrel edge design also come with a megnetic hinge that securely attaches the keyboard to it.The keyboard can be folded flat against the screen,is fully adjustable and the best part is that you won’t need a floopy case to prop it up.
The tablet has been made available only for the chinese,canadian and US markets and is priced at $499 (about $31000) and at $629 (about $39000) for the keyboard bundle.