- Chuong Nguyen , GottaBeMobile
The Dell Venue 11 Pro is a business-friendly Windows 8.1.
- Florian Wimmer , Notebookcheck
The Dell Venue 11 Pro is a Windows tablet aimed at the business user.
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A laptop in disguise
Strong computing power
Good gets even better? While Dell's Venue 11 Pro 7130 (Haswell i5) was almost penalized with a rating of 78% in the tablet sector, the Venue 11 Pro 7140 Broadwell update (Core M 5Y10a) reaps in more points. We tested it as a convertible alongside its keyboard dock, which we believe does the 10.8-inch device most justice.
Dell wanted to create a handy Windows office device, and achieved its goal. Long battery runtimes in conjunction with good computing performance, maintenance options, extensive productivity accessories, decent camera, silent operation, and a very good IPS screen... Full review
Supremely powerful and super secure
Dell's most versatile professional Windows 8.1 Pro tablet yet
Those searching for a larger-sized tablet with an acceptable detachable keyboard and touchpad, great battery life, a bright, vivid screen, and full-blown Windows 8.1 should seriously consider the merits of the Venue 11 Pro. It has all of these, plus a full-sized USB 3.0 port on the tablet itself, mini-HDMI/micro-SD, and easy battery access via a screwless rear panel. Best of all, it’s just $499 MSRP (as configured) without the base, so it’s surprisingly affordable, too. Add in the base (which we personally consider to be a necessity) for another $160 and you’ve got a prett... Full review
A Full HD Windows 8.1 tablet that's a blend for business brilliance
Tablet plus accessories makes three good devices
Windows slates can deliver great performance without the hefty price tags
At $500, the Dell Venue 11 Pro seems like a steal, but once you start to pack in more accessories, like the $130 MSRP Slim Tablet keyboard (the equivalent of the Surface Pro 2′s Touch 2 Cover) or the $160 MSRP Tablet Keyboard (the equivalent of the Surface Pro 2′s Type Cover but with added battery life and more ports), the configurations start to get expensive and into entry-level Ultrabook categories. And even though you may not get Surface Pro 2-level performance at $500, the Atom Venue 11 Pro is still powerful and affordable while delivering remarkable versatility with great... Full review
A 10in Windows 8 tablet that makes perfect sense for business
By focusing on the business market with the Venue 11 Pro Dell has sensibly avoided any comparisons with Android, iOS and even Windows RT tablets. Instead, the Venue 11 Pro’s main rival is Microsoft’s own Surface Pro 2, although the Surface Pro 2 costs almost twice as much as the Venue 11 Pro.
If you fancy the Venue 11 Pro it might be a good idea to invest in the keyboard dock, as the touchscreen simply is best used for typing a quick email and web browsing rather than working on involved MS Office documents. Even so, for sheer flexibility, the Venue 11 Pro provides a... Full review
Quite a decent Windows tablet
Overall, the Dell Venue 11 Pro is quite a decent Windows tablet. Considering that Microsoft does not offer WWAN, the lower price is even more appealing - as long as the lower performance of the i3 processor is not an issue. Users who work on construction sites or those needing a bright display should take a look at the Panasonic Toughpad FZ G1, which is the best choice for the above scenarios. Those looking for something similar to Microsoft's Surface Pro 2 with WWAN and replaceable battery should definitely look at the Venue 11 Pro, since there is not really another alternative out there a... Full review
Option for business users who want a convertible tablet with Window 8
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