Another Android tablet maker bites the dust. Dell has decided to end distribution of its Android tabs and will instead focus on Windows 2-in-1 devices. This means several things: One, the company will no longer offer its Venue brand of Android tablets or the Android-based Wyse Cloud Connect, which can be used to turn displays into viable PCs. The reason isn't so complicated, either. Dell simply believes that the slate-style tablet market has become oversaturated. Customers aren't demanding these types of products as often, which lead to this decision. What is in demand, Dell notes, is the 2-in-1 computer line.