Ready For Your Next Adventure, New Dell Venue 7 and 8 Tablets Now Available in U.S.

Dell Venue 7 and 8 tabletsAs people around the country step out of the office, classroom or house to hit the road for summer vacation, they want to stay entertained, connected and productive on the go.

Parents taking time away from the office may still need to access email, while kids today wouldn’t dream of traveling without a stockpile of movies, music and games to pass the hours on a long road trip. But of course, one need is universal: people of all ages will want to capture and share the memories they make during their travels.

The Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 tablets, announced last month, are now available on in the U.S. 

The new Android-based tablets feature a thinner, lighter design with an attractive, easy-grip textured back, ideal for carrying on planes, trains and automobiles. While in transit, you can enjoy your favorite movies and shows on the brilliant HD and Full HD displays, optimized for brighter, better viewing angles. Crying baby in the seat behind you? Plug your headphones into the tablet and immerses yourself in premium sound with MAXXAudio Mobile by Waves, recipient of a Technical Grammy Award.  Once you reach your destination, fill any hotel room, cabin, or poolside cabana with your favorite beats from the Dell Bluetooth Speaker.

Need to hop online to check travel itineraries? The tablets will keep you easily connected with the latest dual-core Intel Atom processors for smooth, fast response. With Android 4.4 KitKat OS, web browsing and accessing the latest apps for your airline or hotel through Google Play is a breeze.

To protect your investment, the Dell Duo Tablet Case – available in five bright colors – and Dell Venue Rotating Folio will ensure that your tablet safely weathers peaks and valleys on the go. 

Don’t just take my word for it, check out what others have to say about the new Venue 7 and 8 tablets:

“I found a lot to like playing around with Dell’s newest Venue 7 and Venue 8 Android tablets, as they are packed with some new technologies missing in more expensive tablets but priced under $200,” said Agam Shah in PCWorld.

Sarah Silbert of Engadget got her hands on them at Computex and you can read her reaction, or see one for yourself in this Mobilegeeks video: 

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