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    Dell Venue 7*

    Intel® Atom™ processor

    From $119.99

    • OS: Android
    • Screen: 7"
    • Memory: 2 GB
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Technical Specifications

Processor

  • Z2560 processor
  • Y
  • Intel® Atom™
  • 2/4
  • FC-MB4760
  • 1.0 MB

Audio

  • Y
  • Y
  • N
  • Y

Battery

  • -
  • -
  • 1
  • -

Camera

  • Y
  • 3
  • Y

Design

  • Black
  • Slate
  • Slate

Display

  • 7"
  • N
  • Y
  • 1280 x 800 pixels
  • Multi-touch

Graphics

  • Y
  • HD Graphics
  • HD Graphics

Intel Technologies

  • N
  • Y
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • N
  • N

Keyboard

  • Y
  • -

Memory

  • 2 GB
  • DDR2-SDRAM

Networking

  • -
  • Y
  • Y
  • N
  • Y
  • 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n

Operating System & Software

  • Android

Ports & Interfaces

  • MicroSD (TransFlash), MicroSDHC, MicroSDXC
  • Y
  • 0
  • 0

Weight & Dimensions

  • 0.69 lbs
  • 193 mm
  • 118 mm
  • 9.6 mm
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Expert Reviews (8)

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    7

    Date: 20/10/2014

    Good: Wellbuilt, yet slim, Decentlooking screen, Aboveaverage cameras, Handy PocketCloud remoteaccess app, Good battery life

    Bad: Audio is serviceable, but lacks stereo separation, More thirdparty apps installed than we'd like, At times, screen showed slight lack of saturation

    The strongest impression we had of these 2013 Venues is that they were commonplace, with very little inside and out to differentiate them from most other compact Android slates. Especially so the 7-incher: Like most recent budget tablets, nearly everythin...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 19/10/2014

    The Dell Venue 7 Android tablet sounds like a good idea on paper, but a nice piece of hardware with a good price for a 7-inch Android tablet gets hampered by sluggish performance, even after a much-needed firmware update that improved things a little.Dell...

  • 10 0
    8

    Date: 29/08/2014

    Good: Strong battery life; Bright display; Attractive textured design; Loud audio

    Bad: No physical home button

    Dell's refresh of its 7-inch Venue tablet makes it a tempting choice for budget-conscious shoppers. The device features an upgraded Intel Atom Z3460 processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of flash memory for just $160. While not much has changed on the outside, t...

  • 10 0
    8.3

    Date: 12/08/2014

    Good: High graphics power, Expandable storage, Highspeed LTE, acWiFi, 20 GB Dropbox storage (one year)

    Bad: Pressure sensitive display bezel, Few sensors, No App2SD support, Weak speakers

    The American computer giant sticks to its Android line and again relies on processors from Intel for the Dell Venue 7. The Atom CPU is based on the new Merrifield platform . For the first time, the chip builder does not use its own graphics solution, but ...

  • 10 0
    6

    Date: 06/08/2014

    Good: The Dell Venue 7 and 8 are refreshingly bloatwarefree and start at affordable sub$200 prices. Performance during casual use is stable and there's a microSD card expansion slot.

    Bad: Performance slows down when downloading app updates or large files. The thick bezels slightly outdate the tablet's design

    There's an abundance of competitively priced small and midsize tablets, but the Dell Venue 7 and 8 stand out thanks to their stable performance, pure version of Android 4.4 KitKat, and affordable pricing. The 7- and 8-inch pair start at $160 and $200, res...

  • 10 0
    0

    Date: 14/03/2014

    The Dell Venue 7 is among the least expensive brand-name Android tablets out there. And it's a mighty long way from Dell's ill-fated Streak . At its entry price of $149, the smallest of the Venue line is well-equipped and delivers exceptional performance ...

  • 10 0
    7.7

    Date: 04/12/2013

    What a difference a year makes. Last year, the then-new iPad Mini was the unquestioned top pick for a media tablet , thanks to its friendly iTunes software for managing your personal media and its superior hardware, which easily outperformed the corner-cu...

  • 10 0
    7

    Date: 02/12/2013

    Good: Great bargain. Loud speaker. Simple, minimal design.

    Bad: Poor cameras. Higher-resolution options are available in the $150 price range

    There's no real gold standard for sub-$200 tablets. For a few more dollars, the Editors' Choice Google Nexus 7 is available, hitting the sweet spot of price and performance. With options like the reader-friendly Nook HD and the media-centric Kindle Fire H...

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