Like Microsoft's "lappable" tablet, the Venue 11 Pro sports a Full HD (1,920 x 1,080) IPS display and will be offered with Intel's Atom quad-core Bay Trail processors or a fourth-generation Haswell processor up to Core i5 -- supporting up to 8GB RAM, 256GB of storage, WiDi and NFC.Read the full preview →
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The Dell Venue 11 Pro appears to be more than just another Windows tablet, with standout features like its removable battery and desktop docking capability. Its appeal, of course, will depend heavily on price, which is something Dell has yet to reveal.Read the full preview →
The Venue 11 Pro sports a full HD 10.8-inch display with IPS technology that offers wide viewing angles and rich colors. The 1.6-pound design feels somewhat hefty, but we like the soft touch finish on the back. The Surface 2 weighs a lighter 1.5 pounds.Read the full preview →
The Dell Venue 11 Pro is moving in on Microsoft's territory with a Windows 8.1 tablet built to rival the Microsoft Surface Pro 2, complete with a bunch of accessories.Read the full preview →
Not only does the Dell Venue 11 Pro offer power, but it's also well connected, with the option for storage expansion via SD, a full-sized HDMI and USB, so you'll be able to connect to peripherals or a larger display with minimal fuss.Read the full preview →
This tablet didn't strike us as being as sleek as the iPad or the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 in our hands-on first look, and it felt bulkier too. It seemed to lack the premium feel of Apple's tablets, and didn't offer the personality of the surprisingly pleasant textured leather back of the Note.Read the full preview →
As with Microsoft's Surface tablets, we can see the Venue 11 Pro appealing to regular folk too for its flexible configuration options and plentiful battery life.Read the full preview →
The first thing I noticed when picking up the Venue 11 Pro is that it feels much lighter than the Surface Pro 2. It starts at 1.6 pounds for the Intel Atom version and the Core i version doesn’t quite get up to the Surface’s 2 pounds. The rounded edges make it more pleasing to hold.Read the full preview →
Dell surprised me with the device a month earlier than my estimated shipping date, and for your sake I hope the same happens. I’m a huge techie and play with new toys constantly, but I’ve rarely been as completely satisfied with a device as I am with the Venue 11 Pro. The screen is crisp and...Read the full review →
I'm not sure I've ever written a review and I registered just to write this one. I wanted to write this to help people in the position I was in. Liking the look of this tablet but struggling to find many reviews or first hand experience with it. I will say I'm a bit of a techie. Normally an...Read the full review →
Got to play with one of these today. I was not impressed. Whoever was previously designing Dell's chunky netbooks must have moved on to this little guy. Its like my old creaky HP firesale tablet and Latitude netbook had a baby that needs to be swaddled in ipad accessories to survive. The screen...Read the full review →