Dell Venue 11 Pro
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With performance that approaches Core i7 level and battery life that tips the charts, this little beauty packs a punch. With bit Windows 8. In this incarnation, you get a considerably faster processor and graphics unit, even better battery life, the same glorious screen, and build quality second to none. Even when the Venue 11 Pro was immersed in my standard battery-life test, the cover never heated beyond warm to the touch. Running my usual give-it-hell battery test -- 70 percent screen brightness, no sound, no Wi-Fi, looping on the Windows 7 wilderness. The tablet alone, without the battery-stuffed keyboard, ran eight hours. Even with the 1,by-1, screen running full-tilt boogie, the Broadwell chip sips power.
Back in November, Dell took the lid off of their Venue 11 Pro refresh which is their first tablet offering to have Core M powering it. Dell is aiming this tablet squarely at the enterprise segment, but with prices that start low enough for consumers to take a look as well. Dell has an entire range of accessories for the tablet to let the end user get the maximum out of the device, and allows the device to be used as a tablet, a laptop, or even a desktop computer. Dell has leveraged the Intel Core M processor to power this tablet, which gives it quite a bit of a performance boost over most tablets. Those who opt for the 5Y71 will enjoy the benefits of Intel vPro as well as the peak performance boost of the faster clock speeds of that model. Dell has an optional 4G LTE modem as well, which is something that still seems to be a rare feature on these types of systems.
The Venue 11 Pro on its own is 0. The keyboard also adds about a quarter-inch to the general thickness, and a full three-quarters of an inch at the hinge. However, it contributes an auxiliary watt-hour battery to the mix for increased run time. The keyboard types quite nicely and the touchpad is responsive. The
Intel Core M-5Y71 processor for top performance and efficiency. Long battery life. Solid design. Good touch screen, with full HD resolution and pen support. The Dell Venue 11 Pro Series is a business-focused tablet with strong performance, long battery life, and a healthy selection of ports and security features, not to mention accessories to help keep you productive.
Last-gen still competes. The latest model in the Dell Venue 11 Pro range includes a high-end Atom Baytrail-M processor and combines it with 4GB of RAM and a full HD screen which showcases what can be done with Atom, at a time when the next-gen processors are feeding-in and quickly ageing this tablet. Just as the Surface 3 reaches the market Dell have slightly upgraded their high-end Venue 11 Pro Atom variant with the highest-performance processor in the Baytrail-M range. The Z has a little more power than other Atom processors, supports bit operating systems fully and has been paired here with a useful 4GB of RAM. EMMC storage is one of them. The Dell Venue 11 Pro and accessories are slightly more business-oriented than the Surface 3. We're taking a deep look at the tablet in this review we advise readers to reference our previous Dell Venue 11 Pro review which also covers one of the keyboard options.
Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 Series (7140)