The new Dell Venue 11 Pro is a tablet with a 10.8" touchscreen with 10 point capacitive touch displaying at a 1080p resolution powered by the Intel HD5300 present on the CoreM 5Y71 processor. That processor has a base frequency of 1.2GHz and a much more impressive maximum boost of 2.9GHz, offering both power savings and powerful performance depending on the needs of the application you are using. 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz will help you use many applications and the 256GB SSD is a nice touch for those who prefer to have most of their software and data stored locally.
Check out the camera, ports and other specifics in Mad Shrimps review, they didn't review the dock/keyboard but there are two models available; the less expensive Slim model and the Mobile version.
"If you are looking for a professional looking convertible with the latest available low power consumption Intel Core M processor which is paired with 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD and comes with a fully-fledged Windows 8.1 Pro operating system, then look no further, your answer is here!"
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I was just thinking about
I was just thinking about this, so it’s a tablet that CAN play crysis, well infact, I think it could play crysis 3. is it a 60hz screen?
Seems like a winner for basic
Seems like a winner for basic use. The CPU throttling is common for the core m designs since they tend to be used in very thin devices where the cooling sucks.
It likely will perform horrible when gaming.
But the expandable storage, replaceable battery, and decent tablet specs, make it a great tablet.
Sadly the pricing is really messed up and no one in their right mind would purchase it at over $1000.
It needs to come down to around $500 before it can be worth considering.