A New Venue for Dell

— October 10, 2013

Dell has launched a new family of tablets and laptops, including a 2-in-1 Ultrabook. The Dell Venue line of tablets is comprised of four new ultrathin models, all backed by Intel processing technology. From 8 and 11-inch Windows-based tablets complete with keyboard and stylus options, to the 7 and 8-inch Android tablets, Dell has created a dedicated brand of tablets to meet the needs of customers who are the epitome of the evolving workforce.

The tablets have the ability to integrate into an existing corporate environment with full compatibility with current Windows applications and Microsoft Office integration. Devices also feature optional advanced security features and services such as TPM and Dell Enterprise Services.

The lightweight Dell Venue 8 Pro (above) runs Windows 8.1, has a bright HD IPS display, advanced connectivity options and provides long battery life. Employees can also stay productive with Office 2013 Home & Student, included with the device, and the optional Dell Active Stylus.

The Dell Venue 11 Pro also based on Windows 8.1, provides 2-in-1 flexibility with the power of an Ultrabook, convenience of a detachable keyboard and experience of a desktop.

It has a user removable/replaceable battery, and its large, Full HD display with wide viewing angles makes it easy to read and create content while staying mobile. It is also available with a variety of keyboard and stylus options:

  • Dell Active Stylus makes it easy to annotate, draw or take notes.
     
  • Dell Slim Keyboard, designed for travel, also serves as a cover for the screen when folded up.
     
  • Dell Mobile Keyboard with integrated battery provides all day productivity with a full-sized keyboard while extending the battery life.
     
  • Dell Tablet Desktop Dock delivers full productivity on a desk with USB 3.0 ports, and dual display out ports for display extension.
The Dell Venue 7 and Dell Venue 8 feature Intel Atom Z2760 (“Clover Trail”) processors, while the Dell Venue 8 Pro and Dell Venue 11 Pro feature the new Intel Atom quad-core processors, code named “Bay Trail.” The Venue 11 Pro offers up to 4th Generation Intel Core i3 and i5 processor options and Intel vPro for manageability.

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In addition to the new Venue tablets, Dell is introducing new XPS laptops which feature machined aluminum, carbon fiber, vibrant displays, and Corning Gorilla Glass NBT for performance and durability.

Starting at 2.5lbs and 11-15mm thin, the XPS 11 (left) transitions from a tablet to laptop with a 360 degree rotating hinge design. The device features a solid surface backlit touch keyboard and a Quad HD (2560 x 1440) display.

Designed for creative enthusiasts, the XPS 15 packs 4th Generation Intel Core i5 and i7 quad core processor options and NVIDIA discrete graphics options. Every XPS 15 boots and resumes within seconds with hard drive configuration options from 500GB to 1TB, both with a 32GB mSATA SSD, to a 512GB solid state drive, all including Intel Rapid Start Technology.

The XPS 13, with its 13.3-inch, edge-to-edge display that fits into a footprint similar to an 11-inch laptop, is razor thin and light, starting at under 3lbs. It is now even faster with 4th generation Intel Core processors, Intel HD 4400 graphics, and has longer battery life.

In addition, the Dell PocketCloud application is pre-installed on all XPS and Venue products, helping users build their own “personal cloud” and remotely manage personal and professional content.

The Dell Venue 7, Venue 8, Venue 8 Pro, and new XPS 15 will be available from October 18 on www.dell.com in the United States and select countries around the world. The Venue 11 Pro, XPS 11 and the updated XPS 13 with touch will be available in November.

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