Computex is rolling, and thus so are the product announcements. Dell
’s latest includes new Venue
7 and Venue 8 tablets packing Intel Merrifield
processors, the Intel Atom Z3460 (Venue 7) and Atom Z3480 (Venue 8).
The devices offer Fulll HD displays and run Android
4.4 KitKat, with Waves MAXXAudio Pro for an optimal audio experience. The back of the devices have an “easy grip” design and come in red or black.
It seems that Dell is pushing the accessories for these Venue tablets. There’s the Dell Venue Cradle--designed specifically for the Venue 8--that offers wireless charging, and a Dell Duo Tablet Case or Dell Venue Rotating Folio are options for protecting your device in a stylish way.
You can also make use of the onboard audio technology to blast tunes from the Dell Bluetooth Portable Speaker that offers 10 hours of continuous play, a 30-foot wireless range, and a built-in mic for wireless calls. It also features Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC technology.
Finally, for getting a few things done, you can grab the Dell Bluetooth Keyboard Folio. The keyboard does extra duty as a cover and a hands-free stand.
You can grab a Dell Venue 7 (starting at $159.99) or Dell Venue 8 (starting at $199.99) on July 1st.