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The Dell XPS 18 – All-in-One Hybrid

Posted on 14 August 2014 by ChrisD

The Dell XPS 18 is a tablet that doubles up as an all in one PC. Its flexible system makes it an exceptionally good, at-home entertainment device. With a sophisticated design and strong battery life, it definitely kicks out earlier tablet models of Dell and other companies.

The Dell XPS 18 has a sleek and slim body. Its 18-inch screen is relatively smaller for an all in one system, but for an all in one tablet, the screen size is pretty huge. There is a Dell Logo on the upper left corner of the tablet with a Windows 8 logo just below the screen. The tablet is designed to be extremely thin and the outer edge of the screen has rubbers on the borders to protect it from falls and damages. From the real panel two rubber and plastic feet fold out as a stand to hold the screen at a 100o angle so that the tablet stays stable.

The Dell XPS 18 is equipped with a 1.8GHz Intel Core i5-3337U and supports Microsoft Windows 8 Pro. With an 8 GB DDR3 SDRAM and 1TB hard drive, it definitely proves to be a beast. But the specs don’t just end here. This laptop/tablet also sports a 32MB Intel HD Graphics Card that increases the overall performance of the tablet.

The XPS 18 sports an 18-inch HD display screen with a 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution which makes images appear bright and extremely clear on the tablet. The XPS 18 supports touch and go, games, apps and software through the Windows 8 app store. The tablet is capable of giving a battery life of 4 hours of continuous running, which is pretty impressive for a tablet with an 18-inch screen.

So, if you are looking to buy an all in one hybrid tablet which is at a reasonable price and has exceptionally good specifications, the Dell XPS 18 is definitely your choice.

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Dell Venue 11 Pro – a High-End Business Tablet

Posted on 14 July 2014 by ChrisD

Dell has introduced a new tablet in the market. The Dell Venue 11 Pro is considered to be a top of the line tablet with superior security features. This tablet is mainly built to meet all the requirements for an enterprise and is definitely amongst the leading high-end business tablets available on the market today.

The Dell Venue is physically identical to the Venue 11 Pro. The tablet is built such that it only weighs 1.8 pounds, making it easy for you to comfortably use it on your lap. With a 10.8-inch screen with a 10-point clear and bright IPS display, it is sure to take your breath way.

Performance and Specifications
The tablet features a 1920 x 1080 resolution display. It is available in 128GB as well as 82GB. The tablet comes with a year of Dell Pro Support in addition to the standard one-year warranty. It is equipped with an Intel Core i5-4300Y processor with a 4GB of DDR 3 RAM, two Hyper-Threaded cores clocked to 1.5GHz with a Turbo peak of 1.9GHz.

The Venue Pro has a 36W battery augmented with a 28Wh unit in the tablet keyboard, meaning the battery life is also incredibly good, supporting it to run all day. The Dell Venue 11 Pro uses microUSB charging and is equipped with both a front-facing 2 Megapixel and a rear-facing 8 Megapixel camera. The tablet can also be configured with a WLAN module that supports the new and fast 802.11 ac Wi-Fi.

The touchpad of the Venue Pro is wider as compared to other business tablets. The size of the touchpad is 90 x 45 mm (3.5 x 1.8 inches) and the impressive shiny and sleek touchscreen recognizes up to ten fingers at a time, supporting Multi-touch gestures.

To conclude, Dell has made a successful attempt at launching a high-end business tablet. The features and specifications more or less guarantee that it will make an impact on the market.

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