Some manufacturers are trying to release budget-friendly devices with solid performances for a solid price, in order to attract more customers. Dell is definitely one of these manufacturers, as company announced the release of it’s brand new budget Windows tablet, Dell Venue 10 Pro.
Dell stated that Dell Venue 10 Pro is part of “its state-of-the-art portfolio of education solutions to enhance the learning experiences of students around the world.” We also have to say that Dell Venue 10 Pro is not only part of the portfolio, which also contains a new Chromebook, an Android-based Venue 10 tablet, a Latitude 11 Education Series laptop and the Dell Interactive Projector S510.
Dell Venue 10 Pro will have a 10.1-inch screen, running on a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The tablet will come with an optional keyboard, so you’ll be able to use it as a laptop and as a tablet, as well. Along with keyboard, you’ll also get an optional stylus, which could be great for writing notes, drawing and other classroom stuff.
Dell stated: “The five positions make the most of different learning environments and include: clamshell for test scenarios and to use as a laptop, tent and stand positions to promote collaboration and sharing, and slate configuration for keyboard storage while in tablet mode.”
Dell Venue 10 Pro will be available on March 3rd on Dell.com in the US, and other retailers that have partnership with Dell around the World. Starting price of Dell Venue 10 Pro is $329.99, but if you want to add the keyboard, you’ll have to pay additional 50 dollars. This is a solid deal if you’re buying this tablet for educational purposes, because it offers all you need for that. And using a physical keyboard is definitely more effective and productive than using a tablet’s default on-screen touch keyboard.