Few weeks back, Dell announced that they are going to release Windows 8 tablets with Venue brand soon.
We already know that one of the Venue branded tablet will be a 8-inch model.The 8-inch tablet will be just 8.9mm thick, will sport a high-definition 1080p IPS display and runs on Windows 8.1. It will be powered by latest Intel Atom quad-core processor with enterprise features such as embedded Trusted Platform Module and full Dell Enterprise Solutions support for organizations, etc,. The device will have a mini USB port, optional HSPA+ for mobile connectivity, Wi-Fi connectivity and Miracast functionality. The Venue Pro 8 will also come with some sort of bluetooth keyboard.
Dell is also planning to release a Venue 11 Pro tablet that will come with 10.6-inch 1080 display running Windows 8.1 Pro. Unlike the 8-inch model, Venue 11 Pro can be configured from Intel quad-core Atom CPU to 4th gen Intel Core i3 or i5 with vPro CPU. Also memory can be configured up to 8GB and similarly storage upto 256GB. There are also enterprise features such as Dell Data Protection and biometric security options including a fingerprint scanner or smart card reader. There is also NFC built-in to pair the device with keyboards and other accessories.
Similar to Microsoft Surface’s Touch and Type Covers, Venue Pro can be paired with regular or slim version of keyboards. The regular version of the keyboard named Tablet Keyboard Mobile, will extend the battery life between 50% and 80% depending on the configuration of your device. And the slim version named Tablet Keyboard Slim will allow a wrap around style design that protects the tablet when you carry them.