After launching the Dell Venue 8 tablet on their website back in October, Dell has released their second Android tablet, adding a 7″ model to the range. The Dell Venue 7 3000 has a neat trick up its sleeve too, with Dell offering 3G voice capabilities on the phone.
While the specs are pretty low-end, the price is also fairly low-end as well, with Dell asking just $149 for the tablet, including delivery. The Venue 7 3000 is a 7″ tablet, though the screen measures just 6.95″, but in this day and age, near enough is close enough. Full specs for the tablet includes :
- 6.95″ 1024×600 TN Capacitive MultiTouch Display
- 1.83 GHz Intel® Atom™ Processor Z3735G QC
- 1GB DDR3L RAM
- 8GB eMMC Hard Drive with microSD Card slot(up to 64GB)
- 2MP Rear Camera with 0.3MP Front-Facing Camera
- WiFi 802.11bgn, Bluetooth 4.0 and GPS
- Micro-B USB2.0, Headphone and microphone combo jack, 3FF uSIM slot
- Android 4.4 (KitKat)
- 15.17Whr (4100mAh), 1-Cell Battery
- 199x103x9.85mm @ 315grams
The Venue 7 3000 is available now on the Dell website, with Dell offering a couple of accessories, although just as with the Dell Venue 8 tablet the Folio case is still not available.
There’s still no sign of the Dell 8 7000 tablet announced back in September, but we’re hopeful it will appear sometime in the new year.
You can grab a Dell Venue 7 3000 from JB Hifi stores or online right now as well if you’re interested.
Last modified on 15 December 2014 10:51 am