Dell Venue

Dell Venue 7 tablet review

Dell unveiled a pair of Venue branded tablets (running Android) back in October. These models included the Venue 7 and Venue 8, both of which arrived running Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Dell had these two models available for purchase shortly after they were announced, and more recently, we have spent some time with the smaller of the two, the Dell Venue 7, so read on to see how this particular model stood up during our testing time.

Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets now available

Making a return to Android, Dell announced a pair of Android tablets earlier in the month. Those devices included the Venue 7 and Venue 8 and along with some specs, Dell offered up some pricing details and said they would both be available for purchase on October 18th. So as we had been expecting, the Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 are available for purchase beginning today.

Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets unveiled with Android 4.2.2

Following some earlier rumors, Dell has re-entered the Android world this morning. Specifically, to the Android tablet market with the introduction of the Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets. As the numbers in the name imply, these are 7-inch and 8-inch tablets and both are IPS with a resolution of 1280 x 800. Otherwise, both are sporting relatively low price points and both are expected to arrive a bit later in the month.

Dell “Venue 8″ tipped as new Android tablet

Dell’s new Venue tablet is an 8-inch Windows machine, said to be running Windows 8.1 and available sometime this month. In a strange twist, it seems there is a Dell tablet passing through the FCC’s WiFi certification, which goes by “Venue 8”. While no other details are offered, it seems as though Dell is double dipping!

Android is Pentagon certified, Joint Chiefs discover Angry Birds

A few months back the Department of Defense certified its first Android device, the now (and then) discontinued Dell Streak 5. Now it looks like the rest of the armed forces are getting in on the action. The Pentagon has certified Android 2.2 Froyo for use on all Department of Defense projects, and the Dell Venue has been approved for use in military applications. Classified information and proxy access can now be granted to that model of phone. It's likely that they'll get them in bulk from Dell.

Dell Venue Review

Because Dell has positioned this phone as a no-nonsense Android 2.2 Froyo smartphone that doesn't pretend to have the absolute best in any one category of features, instead aiming for a group of people who trust the brand, trust the feel, and trust the look of the phone, so too will this review be short and sweet. This is one of the newest Android phones made by Dell and it's got an in-your-face 4.1-inch display that's certainly not the biggest in the business - but it is covered with curved Gorilla Glass. This trend of slightly unique features continues through the whole of the device.

Dell Venue [Hands-On and Demo]

We're here at Pepcom, a tiny bit of popcorn after the events of today's Mobile World Congress, one of many. We're here with Dell checking out the new Dell Venue, an Android phone running Android 2.2 Froyo, containing a 1GHz QSD 8250 processor, and working on a whole load of bands for connections.

Dell to create a 10 inch Android tablet

Dell is diving into the tablet market with both feet with a 10 inch Android Tablet as part of their "Dell Means Business" concept which promises the largest product lineup the company has ever launched.  Dell Android  tablet development is fresh off the suggestion that Dell is also creating a Windows 7 tablet in their effort to lure business into the realm of mobile computing beyond smartphones.

Dell Venue Unlocked on Sale Now

Have you been waiting for the Dell Venue? No? Maybe it's because Dell has done essentially no advertising of the phone whatsoever? Let's talk about this phone for a moment, then we'll speak about how it's just become available for purchase through Dell today. It's got a 4.1-inch WVGA AMOLED capacitive multitouch display, a generous 8 megapixel camera on the back, three navigation buttons on the bottom instead of four - reminding you that Honeycomb, again, may reach smartphones after all, and it's running Android 2.2 Froyo.
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