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


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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