Dell Venue Pro

Dell Venue 8 Pro review

Dell Venue 8 Pro review

Not to be confused by the Android tablet with a similar name, the Dell Venue 8 Pro is running Windows. Unlike the difference in operating systems though, there is one similarity to some of those Dell Android tablets, the processor. Dell has the Venue 8 Pro equipped with an Intel processor. Basically, we are looking at an 8-inch tablet running a full Windows installation here, so read on to check out the full SlashGear review.

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Dell missing from Windows Phone 7.1 Mango line-up

Dell missing from Windows Phone 7.1 Mango line-up

Windows Phone 7.1 Mango is official along with new OEM partners Acer, Fujitsu and ZTE, all of whom have committed to releasing at least one WP7.1 device by the end of the year. One curious omission from Microsoft's partner slide, however, is Dell; the company launched one Windows Phone 7 device, the Dell Venue Pro, back at the platform's initial launch, but is conspicuous by its absence at the Mango preview today.

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Dell Venue Pro in the UK Delayed Until February Due to Software

Dell Venue Pro in the UK Delayed Until February Due to Software

The Dell Venue Pro is one of the Windows Phone 7 handsets that, while it hasn't seen a huge adoption rate due to the fact that it hasn't seen an actual "smooth" release since its announcement, is still one of the more popular handsets. It's got the features that people want, and a portrait slider that hides a physical keyboard. But, it looks like the device, as far as those heading to the United Kingdom are concerned anyway, won't be making a timely arrival, either.

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Dell Makes Official Statement on Venue Pro Delay

Dell Makes Official Statement on Venue Pro Delay

Earlier today, we reported that Dell was having some trouble meeting demand for their Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 smartphone. The result was that people who had pre-ordered the device were seeing their expected ship dates get changed, most of which were being displayed as January 6th, 2011. Obviously this wasn't sitting well with potential customers, and now it looks like Dell is coming forward and trying to stave off some of those malicious thoughts. There is a delay in production, but Dell says they are trying.

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Dell Venue Pro Available Starting Today, Will Ship by December 9th

Dell Venue Pro Available Starting Today, Will Ship by December 9th

While the initial stock of Dell's Windows Phone 7-based Venue Pro may have been plagued with severe WiFi connectivity issues (like not being able to connect to secured WiFi locations), that's obviously not stopping Dell from getting on the bandwagon and finally giving the device an official launch, like it deserves. The company has issued a press release this morning, announcing that the portrait-sliding smartphone is available starting today.

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Dell shutter independent mobile division; Ron Garriques out

Dell shutter independent mobile division; Ron Garriques out

Dell's Venue Pro may be building a small following of eager QWERTY WP7 users, and the company's Streak MID/phone hybrid had headline appeal, but the company's mobile aspirations are generally proving tougher to achieve. According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Dell's president of mobile solutions, Ron Garriques, will leave the company on January 28 2011, and the division he led be shut down.

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Dell Venue Pro WiFi Issues Real, Can Access the Matrix

Dell Venue Pro WiFi Issues Real, Can Access the Matrix

Windows Phone 7 is still new to the United States, so users are still in the process of discovering new things. We've already found out that the Samsung Omnia 7 and Focus are actually able to tether via USB, and now it looks like the Dell Venue Pro has a secret of its own, too. Furthermore, Dell has come forward and acknowledged that the device does indeed have some issues with its WiFi.

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