New Dell Venue 11 Pro Windows Tablet to Get Intel Core M Broadwell Processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of Storage
A few days ago, we reported about the fact that Dell could refresh its Venue 8 Pro line of tablets and now the rumors seem to be focused on the improvement of the Dell Venue 11 Pro line, as well. Let’s have a look at some more details below.
If you’re a fan of the Dell tablets with Windows 8, then you will be happy to hear that there are some good news related to the Dell Venue 11 Pro product. According to some recent information circulating online, the tablet is bound to get a nice upgrade in the near feature. As a reminder, the original Venue 11 Pro has a 10.8-inch display with FHD resolution and Intel Atom or Intel Core processors.
Windows tablet Dell Venue 11 Pro to get a better processor
Now, it seems that Dell plans to upgrade the products with a much more powerful Intel Core M Broadwell processor. Besides the new kernel, the renewed tablet line could get as much as 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage.
It’s said to feature the same 10.8-inch IPS display with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, the HDMI port, USB 3.0, Intel WiDi wireless display support and Windows 8.1 64-bit software which will update for free to Windows 10. Additional features such as 4G LTE, NFC or TPM security modules, 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and two cameras are said to be present, as well.
The new Intel Core M tablets with Windows 8 from the Dell Venue 11 Pro line should become available for purchase at a certain point in the November, but this is just the WiFi only version. The 4G edition could get launched somewhere near the holiday season, most likely in December.
The Venue 11 Pro will continue to make use of the digital pen and maybe it will welcome some more accessories, but nothing is certain at this point. Also, while we don’t know what prices the new Venue 11 Pro will have, we know that the original version sold for $499, which might be a little too expensive, considering how cheap tablets have become.
And if we take into account that you’ll have to shelve round $100, then it becomes even more expensive. And if you want to get the stylus, as well, then its total costs could increase by almost $150.
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