Dell Tablets Price List in India January 2017
Latest News about Dell Tablets
Blame it on the frigid tablet market; Dell has announced discontinuing its Android Venue tablets. The company is also not going to push out future OS updates on already sold devices. The move is viewed as an attempt from Dell to wriggle out of the tablet business and instead, focus on Windows 2-in-1 devices that are catching on fast. Read more
Latest Reviews for Dell Tablets
delll tab is very good and amazing features and excellent dispaly and battery battery life is average so something operating is good and also has processing is good and it is portable design is also ...Read more
- Rating : 3.2
- Review by Sai Rock Pavan
- Date : 6, Jan 2017
The tablet is very good and camera is very best .the tab is slim and have 8 inch screen .I am enjoying with the tablet.the spped of tablet is also good and the rear camera is very good and working ...Read more
- Rating : 4.5
- Review by Aditi Agarwal
- Date : 23, Jun 2016
[Good] Display - display is just okay. 1280x720 display is just better for use. Display is sharp and easy to view also in sun shine Camera - camera quality is better 13 mp and 5 mp camera are good to ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Km Dee
- Date : 8, Apr 2016
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About Dell Tablets
Dell Inc., apart from manufacturing computers and several other electronics products, also manufactures smartphones and tablets. As of now though, the company has quit the smartphone business and presently concentrates only on the tablets. Dell’s tablet lineup consists of Streak, Venue and Latitude.
History of Dell Tablets
Dell’s entry in to the tablet market came with the release of the Dell Streak 5 inch phablet. Its development started in 2009 and was released for commercial usage the same year. The tablet ran Android Donut and was upgraded to Froyo, i.e. Android 2.2. A bigger version, i.e. 7 inches, was launched in 2011. However, these models were discontinued at the end of the same year.
Dell’s Venue tablets were launched in 2013, after the company’s announcement that it was discontinuing the smartphone brand of the same name. These have continued ever since then. A Latitude tablet line was also released the very same year and is available at present.
Popularity in India
Tablets, although not extremely popular in the country, are surely gaining admirers with each passing day. As a result, there are many players out there that have targeted both, the low-cost and affordable segment, and also the premium high-end market. Dell offers tablets in the lower market range and has found many takers.
However, despite this Dell’s lineup is not a major line in the tablets category. Many other players have been doing better business than Dell as far as tablets is concerned. Part of this is mainly because of the absence of marketing from the company’s side. Many buyers aren’t aware of Dell’s tablet ranges.
Design of Dell Tablets
Dell’s tablets come in a rectangular form factor type. The material used in construction is metal and polycarbonate, which is the case with most devices these days. The Dell branding features on the back that either comes in a metallic or matte type finish.
The screen size varies and Dell has released devices starting from 5 to 12 inches. The standard sizes though remain 7 and 8 inches for most models. The screen also comes with IPS LCD technology and many of them even feature high definition resolutions. Corning Gorilla Glass also provided for better protection of the screen.
As for the colors available, they are black or silver.
Features of Dell Tablets
Dell’s entire tablet range is powered by dual core Intel Atom processors, a line that is specifically meant for mobile devices. They are equipped with up to 4GB of RAM for fast operations. Also, these tablets start with 8GB and have up to 512GB of storage. Micro-SD cards can be utilized for additional memory requirements.
Most of Dell’s tablet range runs on Android OS versions. However, Dell also utilizes Windows for many of the tablets in its lineup. These devices are marked with the name Pro.
For connectivity, some of the tablets support cellular networks and provide support for SIM. However, a few others do not and these specifically make use of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth options for wireless connectivity. Tablets with cellular connectivity also offer support for A-GPS and all of the models have micro USB support.
The tablets also have cameras on both front and rear sides. These also offer a great many features.
The tablets are also equipped with numerous sensors that help these devices carry out several different functions. A Li-ion battery accompanies each device. They are large enough and offer plenty of usage hours on a single charge.
Dell Tablet News
Dell has recently announced a new tablet PC to the Latitude series called the XT2. The device has a Core 2 Duo processor and is equipped with up to 5GB of RAM. It also has a 12.1 inch screen with 1200x800 multi-touch LED backlit display.