Dell announces two new Android tablets at Computex with 64-bit Intel CPUs

With the open nature of Android, it isn't surprising that almost every manufacturer has a device on their lineup. Dell is one such manufacturer, who has unveiled two new tablets at the ongoing Computex 2014 in Taiwan. The tablets are known as the and the .

In case you are wondering, both tablets are actually refreshed versions of last year's Venue 7 and Venue 8. The new Venue 7 features a 7 inch HD display and is powered by a 1.6GHz dual-core 64-bit Intel Atom Z3460 processor. Meanwhile the new Venue 8 features an 8 inch full HD display and is powered by a 2.13GHz dual-core 64-bit Intel Atom Z3480 processor. Both tablets feature 5MP rear cameras and Waves MAXXAudio Pro technology for "great sound quality" are common features of the new tablets. The two processors are part of Intel’s new Merrifield series that was unveiled in February at MWC 2014.

You will be able to purchase the Venue 7 and the Venue 8 through after July 1st. The 7 inch tablet has been priced at $159.99, while the larger device will cost you just $199.99. More information on the two tablets will be revealed in teh coming months.

In addition to the Venue 7 and Venue 8, Dell also announced several tablet accessories that will likely also be launched in July: Dell Bluetooth Portable Speaker, Dell Bluetooth Keyboard Folio, Dell Venue Rotating Folio, Dell Duo Tablet Case, and the Dell Venue Cradle (for wirelessly charging the Venue 8). There’s no word on how much these will cost.

source - Dell

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