Dell’s odd looking new tablet is geared towards business users

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Dell is well known for its desktops and laptops but its tablet offerings aren’t very popular among regular consumers. However, businesses have proven to be a major consumer of Dell’s tablets which is why the company has decided to target them directly with its new Venue 10 7000. The tablet is essentially a slightly larger version of the Venue 8 7000, with a 10.5-inch 2560×1600 display, and features much of the same hardware, including a quad-core Intel Atom Z3500 series processor.

Dell today announced the Venue 10 7000, the latest tablet in its premium Android portfolio. The Venue 10 has a distinctive, razor-thin profile that is based on the same stunning design as the Venue 8 7000, which was the “Best of Innovation Honoree” from the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) at CES 2015. Dell today also announced an update to Android 5.0, Lollipop on the award-winning Venue 8 7000. Now, consumers and business professionals alike have two stunning options to make a statement with their tablet. The Venue 10 7000 features a sleek, futuristic design with a barrel edge making it easy to hold and carry, or slot into the magnetic, backlit keyboard that can position the tablet in five different configurations: tablet, slate, stand, tent or clamshell modes. Users can enjoy an immersive audio experience no matter how the tablet is positioned with MaxxAudio Mobile by Waves and front-firing stereo speakers. Like the Venue 8, the Venue 10 features the best tablet display technology available today, a brilliant 10.5-inch OLED 2560×1600 screen, a quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 processor, and the Intel RealSense snapshot depth camera, which takes a depth map for every picture captured.

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