Dell would be launching a new Wintel tablet by 15th of November. This device comes with a 4 core Intel atom series turbo-boost/burst mode enabled Bay Trail Z3775D processor. This chip ticks at an average speed of 1.5 GHz/sec. In the Turbo Boost mode, the CPU can process data at 2.4 GHz/s.
The Dell tablet has an 8 inch IPS touchscreen display with 1024 x 800 pixels resolution. The screen is enabled with 10 fingers multi-touch support. Thus, you can easily play highly interactive games on it. Dell EveryPad Pro features a front 1.2 MP camera and a 5.0 MP back shooter. It has 0.405 Kg weight and 8.5 x 5.11 x 0.35 inch in dimensions.
This Dell tablet supports connectivity with LTE-4G, WiFi, and 3G networks. It comes with a 5830 mAh capacity battery, 2GB RAM, and a 64 GB ROM. EveryPad Pro boots Microsoft Windows 8.1 OS. When launched, EveryPad Pro is expected to cost below 20000 Rs.
To be honest, EveryPad Pro has a decent pricing. Its configuration is good. The only disappointing thing about it is the ordinary resolution. Some tabs in the 17000 to 20000 range have FHD or 720p screen and they’re doing well in the markets. Well, I’m talking about Lenovo Tab S8 and Yoga 2. Do check the features of these 2 tablets.
Dell has also launched a new Venue 3000 series Pro 8 tablet for below 16000 Rs. This device is loaded with Android Kit Kat OS, 1.3 GHz Bay Trail Z3735G processor, 16 GB storage and 1 GB RAM. It has a 1080p 8.0 inch capacitive IPS touchscreen display and Intel HD graphics chip.
Dell Venue 8 Pro packs with a single cell 4550 mAh battery, 2.0 MP front and 5.0 MP rear snapper. It weighs 0.38 Kg. This tablet supports Miracast and 4G-LTE technology. It can be purchased through Dell’s official website.