Dell officially announced the availability of the Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets online on Dell.com in America. Dell now has launched two new Android tablets that are built around Intel’s new 64-bit Merrifield system on a chip and dual-core Atom processor.
The new Android tablet features a thinner and lighter design that is made for being connected on the go. The tablets feature full HD displays with premium sound with MAXXAudio Mobile by Waves, recipient of a Technical Grammy Award.
The current version is built on 32 bit but with the 64 bit support, the devices will be able to support the soon to launched Android L. The 7-inch Venue model, with a 1280 x 800 resolution screen, costs $150. The Venue 8 with the full 1920 x 1200 display, can be purchased for $180.
The video above is ENGadget’s review of the tablet, enjoy!