Technology News - Dell looks started seriously playing in the tablet industry. Only in the span of time that is not too long, an American company that has released two Android-based tablets.
The latest devices released by Dell called Venue 10 7000. He was the twin brother of device announcement in early January 2015 and then, Venue 8 7000.
This new technology have a common design, both devices come with different dimensions. If Venue 8 7000 equipped with 8.4-inch screen berbentang, Venue 10 7000 equipped with a screen of 10.5 inches. The screen itself looks more "substantial" than the other Android tablets in the market.
Usually, the Android based tablet has a 7-inch landscape display of up to 8 inches.
Although larger, the screen in Dell's latest tablet still supports the same resolution, that is 2,560 x 1,600 pixels.
One of the selling points of the Venue 8 7000 is a slim size. Dell retains the advantages of the new tablet. Comes with a much larger size, Venue 10 7000 has a thickness of 6.2 mm, 0.1 mm thicker than the previous series.
The Information technology about Venue 10 7000 was not much different. As Labston quotes from AndroidAuthority, Saturday (11/04/2015), the Dell Venue 10 7000 is equipped with Intel's Atom processor Z3580, 2 GB RAM, and a 7,000 mAh battery.
The ability of an 8 megapixel camera with Sense Real 3D technology in the previous product was also present at the venue 10 7000.
The uniqueness of this new camera feels when users edit the image shooting. Technology "Intel RealSense" that allows users to adjust the focus after the image is finished.
In addition, the background color can be changed. For example, users can change the background picture to be white but remains part of the foreground color.
The device itself runs on the Android 5.0 operating system and feature Lollipop Android for Work. With this technology, Venue 10 7000 is said to be suitable for use in the office or business.
Dell Venue 10 7000 with Intel RealSense technology is available in the US, Canada, and China in the month of May. The device is priced at 499 dollars.