venue7-8Dell might be more known for their computers than their smartphones or tablets, but if you were looking for a Dell-branded tablet simply because you support the brand and love their customer support, you might be interested to learn that Dell has recently announced the Dell Venue 7 and 8 tablets. In terms of design, both the Venue 7 and 8 appear to be more or less the same, but it is under the hood that the differences are more apparent.

Starting with Dell Venue 7, this tablet will feature a HD display. It will also be powered by an Intel Atom Z3460 processor. As for the Dell Venue 8, the device will come with a Full HD display, so if you were looking for a higher-resolution display, perhaps the Venue 8 might be more suited for you. It will also be powered by a different processor, the Intel Atom Z3480, a bump above the Z3460.

venue7-8-2However apart from the differences in display resolution and choice of processors, both tablets will share certain features. For example both tablets will come with premium audio technology in the form of Waves MAXXAudio Pro, which we guess is definitely better than your run-of-the-mill tablet speakers.

venue7-8-3Both tablets will also run on Android 4.4 KitKat and will have accessories to complement it. This includes a Bluetooth keyboard folio, just in case you’re not a fan of the onscreen keyboard, a Bluetooth portable speaker, a Dell Venue Cradle which will allow for wireless charging, and a Duo Tablet case.

The Dell Venue 7 and 8 will be available come 1st July via Dell’s website, with the Venue 7 starting at $159.99, and the Venue 8 starting at $199.9.

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