Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Dell Venue 8 Pro vs Venue 11 Pro Windows Powered Tablets

Two months ago, we heard that Dell introduces a new line of portable machines powered by Windows 8.1 operating system. And that is no other than Venue 8 Pro and the one with underlying technology closer to Premium Ultrabook, Venue 11 Pro. Both are showing a promising performance as noted by reports coming from those people who handed the first model.

On the other side, these machines are all variants of XPS 10 tablets because of its closer appearance and style. And the only difference between a Venue 8 Pro and Venue 11 Pro are the sizes of screens. And the two are powered by Intel quad-core Bay Trail technology with the same size of memory. These are both packed with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage.

Dell Venue 8 Pro vs Venue 11 Pro

Other parts and specs of these machines has no significant difference aside probably from its capabilities to offer high-definition (HD) display. To more about these two Microsoft Windows 8.1 powered machines, watch the following hands-on video below:

Dell Venue 7 and 8 Pro from Tech Crunch

Dell Venue 11 Pro from Pocket Now

It's up for you to judge now and be the first to discover the capabilities of these machines aside from those few words of mine.



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