Dell isn’t a name you hear often when it comes to Android devices, but the company has built quite a few devices over the years. The Venue line of tablets has always been interesting but unsuccessful, so it’s no surprise that Dell announced it is discontinuing its line of Android tablets.
The company’s move to discontinue its ... Read More »
Chromebooks are an interesting breed that’s had trouble hitting the sweet spot of affordability and quality. The spectrum is extreme, with a number of budget Chromebooks on the left side and the incredibly high-quality and budget-breaking Read More »
Dell’s latest entry into the tablet market, the Venue 10 7000 Series, has just dropped on Dell.com starting at $499 for the 16GB model, up to $679 for the 32GB model with a keyboard dock.
Dell has placed the Venue 10 at a more premium price point, and for good cause. Not only ... Read More »
Dell is just now making its return to the mobile market after an unsuccessful entry several years ago. It’s taking it slow, but Dell just announced that it’s releasing a new Chromebook and a new tablet for education. The new Chromebook 11 has an 11.6-inch 1366×768 display, dual-core 2.16GHz Intel Celeron processor, ... Read More »
Dell has been a big player in the PC world for years. After a few unsuccessful attempts at the mobile market, it pulled out to go back to what it was best at. Now Dell’s back in the Android game with the affordable Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets. The Venue 7 includes a 7-inch 1280×800 ... Read More »
It’s no secret that Dell hasn’t had the best of luck in the wide world of Android. Their first Android device, the Streak 5, has already been discontinued (and picked up by the government), leaving behind a rather lackluster legacy. The next device to get the axe is the me-too tablet, the Streak 7.
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This is the kind of news you really can’t (or, should I say, don’t want to) make up. The Defense Information System Agency has just cleared the first ever Android device for use with secure unclassified communications. And it’s none other than the discontinued Dell Streak 5.
Armed with enhanced security features like remote wiping, ... Read More »
Dell Inc.’s founder and CEO Michael Dell has announced that the company is betting the farm on Microsoft’s Windows 8 for its future tablets in hopes of dethroning Apple’s iPad2. Mr. Dell stated that the market for Android devices has not developed as they had hoped.
Though I think Mr. Dell is correct when it ... Read More »
Dell hasn’t had the best luck when it comes to their phones and tablets division. Be it funky software or a crazy huge screen (the Streak 5 has paved the way for smartphones coming out now, display-wise), the company simply hasn’t seen the success it would like. When it comes to the Streak 7, poor ... Read More »
Dell has been making some good Android devices, but none are as impressive as they could be. The commonly-known PC manufacturer is expected to strengthen their efforts in the Android market with the release of the Dell Streak 10 Pro. This tablet will be the first Honeycomb device manufactured by Dell, and it doesn’t ... Read More »