Yesterday Dell announced their latest mobile products, with major updates to their tablet and laptop offerings. Starting with the Venue tablets, Dell has three new models available on October 18: the Venue 7, Venue 8, Venue 8 Pro; the Venue 11 Pro will be available in November. The two Pro models run Windows 8.1 with Intel's Bay Trail processors (and Y-series Haswell is also an option on the 11 Pro), while the Venue 7 and 8 will run Android 4.2.2 and will also use Intel Clover Trail SoCs. Starting with the Venue 7, Dell is targeting a very low price point of $150. Despite the low price, you won’t be sacrificing on features or performance, as you still get a Z2560 SoC (1.6GHz, dual-core, PowerVR...
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