Thursday, December 19, 2013

Windows Powered Dell Venue 8 Pro with Intel Atom Z3740D CPU

As Windows-powered tablets continue to grow in the market, Dell, Acer, and Lenovo doesn't missed to catch the tastes of several users. Especially from those folks who wants to become productive using their classical software coming from Microsoft. It is like working on the same apps in different environment. And this might be the advantage of using Windows 8.1 machines.

Dell Venue 8 Pro is one of a kind portable PC which is now reaching the market along with its variants. However, an Intel Atom Z3740D (Bay Trail line) model captured my attention recently upon reading the review made Slash Gear. It is running in 1.8GHz speed paired with Intel HD graphics and 2GB of RAM. Designed to deliver a full high-definition (HD) display and a smartphone-like device.

Windows Powered Dell Venue 8 Pro with Intel Atom Z3740D CPU

Although it is bigger compared to a typical handset, Dell Venue 8 Pro is also packed with 32GB (also available in 64GB model) built-in storage. A solid state drive (SSD) enabled device added with capabilities to exceed the level of smartphone. It shows an indication to stay in the game, to compete and gain popularity in stores.

According to review, Dell Venue 8 Pro and its variants shows elegance in terms of ergonomic design. And it is probably because of the built-in operating system and apps. It is now available in several online stores in United States for less than $400.00 or for only $299.00 for model with no stylus pen and additional accessories.

Furthermore, Dell Venue 8 Pro is packed with 5-megapixel (rear) and 1.2-megapixel (front) cameras similar to some smartphones. And in terms of other specs, it has a Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11n, MicroSD card slot (to support a maximum of 64GB storage size) and other model (another option for buyers) are now an LTE-enabled device.

And before I can forget, handful of accessories for Venue 8 Pro and for its variants are also available nowadays. That includes a portable keyboard and stand aside from a stylus pen.



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