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Dell reinvents its tablets and renews its XPS range

Dell clearly wants to take a turn oriented needs more professional. Thus it become its range. Evidence with new tablets called "Venue" and the renewal of its range of ultrabooks XPS.

Despite strong eddies internally, which recently resulted in the imminent takeover by Dell founder Michael Dell, the manufacturer has remained fixed on his goal: to invent new lines. And the least we can say is that Dell was bread on the board, especially with regard to the tablets.

For the latest Latitude 10 that we tested, self aside, was not really one of the best known wines. Ditto for the Dell Streak tablet. We are told that it was a success in the United States but not in Europe (no figures to support these claims). Summary: message received. Dell has revised its strategy. It has rounded corners, its refined products, hired designers. For the new range of tablets, called "Venue" and "Venue Pro" are present, with a form factor especially interesting but neater.

Tablets Venue 8 and 11

Dell also unveiled one of the few models of professional 8 inch tablet format: the Venue Pro 8. Available on November 19 (the price is not yet announced), it has a 8 inch HD screen on an IPS panel, WiFi but also 3G for those who want it. Moreover, "4G models will be available next spring,". This model is also available with a lightweight Bluetooth keyboard.
Dell clearly wants to take a turn oriented needs more professional. Thus it become its range. Evidence with new tablets called "Venue" and the renewal of its range of ultrabooks XPS.
 Venue Pro 8 professional tablets

Venue Pro 11 (available November 7th for 664 dollars), will in turn available in two versions: Intel Atom or Intel Core i. With NFC, it may also and especially to adorn accessories like two keyboards (one with a built-in battery), a dock for managing two screens and add different ports will also be proposed.

Dell clearly wants to take a turn oriented needs more professional. Thus it become its range. Evidence with new tablets called "Venue" and the renewal of its range of ultrabooks XPS.
Venue 11 Pro on its docking station

 These models are intended for professionals. Compatible TPM (Trusted Platform Module), they are also appreciated "by companies and their CIOs as they can be managed via SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) tool from Microsoft," said Dell. And this is not the only thing that makes them attractive for professionals: the battery can be easily replaced in less than 10 seconds.

Dell also unveiled one of the few models of professional 8 inch tablet format: the Venue Pro 8. Available on November 19 (the price is not yet announced), it has a 8 inch HD screen on an IPS panel, WiFi but also 3G for those who want it. Moreover, "4G models will be available next spring,". This model is also available with a lightweight Bluetooth keyboard.
XPS 11 convertible 360
 XPS ultrabooks reinvented

Dell already offers its ultrabooks XPS 12, 13 and 15 inches. These high-end computers are also passed into the "pro" box in the repository of the manufacturer. Indeed, the new XPS are very good quality, braided carbon fiber. But the big news is the appearance of an XPS 11 inches.


Dell already offers its ultrabooks XPS 12, 13 and 15 inches. These high-end computers are also passed into the "pro" box in the repository of the manufacturer. Indeed, the new XPS are very good quality, braided carbon fiber. But the big news is the appearance of an XPS 11 inches.
XPS 11



XPS 13


XPS 15: 2.04 kg, 32GB SSD + 1TB HDD, Intel Core i7 processor qHD screen, NFC (3200x1800 pixels).
XPS 15



Currently, Dell has provided the release dates or pricing of these new ultrabooks models. Here are some features that are quite high, close to what is better, especially in the display:

  • XPS 11: 1.2 kg, 14.9 mm thick, 360 convertible, qHD screen (2550x1440 pixels), Autonomy announced about 8 hours.
  • XPS 13: 1.36 kg, 13.3-inch Full HD (1920x1080 pixels), up to 10 hours of battery life, touch screen selection.
  • XPS 15: 2.04 kg, 32GB SSD + 1TB HDD, Intel Core i7 processor qHD screen, NFC (3200x1800 pixels).  

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