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Review: Dell Venue 7

Review: Dell Venue 7

The 7-inch Android tablet will work well for professionals who may need a tablet as a backup for their laptops and smartphones.

If there is one market within the larger consumer technology market that no one firm or product has been able to dominate, it has to be that of Android tablets. Firm after firm has tried to find the right tablet to crack this market but failed.

Dell, which left the Android phone market a few years ago, however has tried its hand again in tablets carrying Google’s operating system with a new range. Of this range, we recently got our hands on the Venue 7, a 7-inch tablet that is the most basic of all four that Dell has to offer.

The insides include 8 GB of onboard storage, which is expandable by an SD card, 1 GB of RAM, and a processor that clocks a modest but handy 1.6GHZ. Outside we have a very capable 7-inch HD screen, two cameras, one USB port and a design that is durable if not outstanding.

But here is the best thing about the Venue 7 – its price. It’s a budget tablet at Dhs499, which packs in all of the features and specifications necessary for a mobile experience.

Compare that to a basic iPad Mini, which starts at about Dhs1,150 or a 7-inch samsung Galaxy tab, which starts at Dhs649, and you can see that Dell is essentially offering you simplicity and value in one package.

It’s a tablet that will work well as an upgrade for those who have been stuck with suspicious Chinese brands and for professionals who may need a tablet as a backup for their laptops and smartphones.

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