The new Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 was released just a few months ago and it can really make you consider the option of permanently replacing your work laptop with it. It’s so much easier to carry around and does pretty much the same work. Actually, it might as well be faster than the current laptop that you’re using but let’s talk facts, so you know why people are so fascinated by the new Dell transformer.
Dell Venue 10 Pro 505 – Design And Ports:
If the new Dell Venue’s design had to be described in one word, it would be “classy”. It has a black and gray design and a 10.1-inch touch screen with an up to Full HD display. The back is made of plastic but that definitely doesn’t make it less sturdy or look cheap and overall, when you hold the device, it feels very well-made. You can use it while laying, because it’s very flexible or while riding the subway since it’s easy and fast to take it out and put it back in. Also, a very nice feature to the tablet’s design is that its back is removable, which makes it easier to change some parts when they fail, for example. Another thing is the ports – the product has all the ports you need, including a headphone jack, micro HDMI, USB 3.0, USB Type C, SIM and SD card slots (the most expensive model supports 4G LTE connectivity) and a keyboard dock on the bottom.
Dell Venue 10 Pro 505 – Specifications:
Now, let’s talk a bit about the inside of the Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056. The processor for all of them is Intel Cherrytrail QC Atom, with a Windows 10 Pro, 64-bit operating system, and RAM (memory) of 4GB (again, for all 3 models). Their GPU (graphics) is Intel HD Graphics (Integrated) and they come with a 32WHr Lithium-Ion battery. Now, that means the battery needs about 2 and a half hours to fully charge and lasts around 4 to 6 hours with non-stop usage, depending on the screen brightness and activities you’re performing on the tablet. You can choose a hard drive of either 64GB eMMC Hard Drive (which comes with the cheapest model) or 128GB eMMC Hard Drive (which comes with the other two). Also, keep in mind that only the 699$ model has a Mobile Broadband (Dell Wireless 5808E $G LTE Mobile Broadband AT&T). The new Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 is definitely a good investment. It’s great for work, it’s easy to carry it everywhere with you and the price is very reasonable. Also, Dell is known for its products’ sturdiness and you can rely on it to work without any problems for a very long period, so if you’re looking for a new budget device to carry around, the Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 should definitely be on your options list.
Dell Venue 10 Pro 505 – Price:
There are currently 3 models and the prices start from 329$ for the cheapest model, 549$ for the next one, all the way up to 699$ for the one with the best features (prices for the US).