Dell Venue 8 7000 Series Tablet Price Drops to Merely $200 for the 16 GB Model and $250 for 32 GB unit

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  • 05 Mar 2016
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  • Dell just performed a big time price cut for its Venue 8 7000 Series tablets, by slicing $200 off the original price. That’s how the Dell Venue 8 7000 Series is now priced at $200 in the 16 GB version or $250 in the 32 GB one.


    This model stands out through an unique design, that involves an ultra slim case and bezels, plus we’ve got the Intel RealSense back cameras to add to the uniqueness. With a $200 price this becomes a must buy product, particularly since inside the 6 mm thick chassis there’s a pretty potent Intel Atom Z3580 processor, accompanied by 2 GB of RAM.

    The battery is also generous for an 8 incher, at 5900 mAh, while the screen resolution is bigger than the norm, at 2560 x 1600 pixels. Finally, we’ve got an 8 megapixel rear camera, as well as two 720p other cams with RealSense depth sensing support. It’s true that this model debuted with Android 4.4.4, which would make its software kind of old, but it has gone up to Android 5.1 since then.

    Amazon is offering the option right now, but the likes of Best Buy and more will follow the lead over the next days.

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