Dell Venue Pro

Dell Venue Pro Already Seeing Some WiFi Issues?

Dell Venue Pro Already Seeing Some WiFi Issues?

If you couldn't tell, Dell's Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 device is a hot device at the moment. You can only find them in Microsoft Stores at the moment, which are pock-marked across the country, but initial results show that it's pretty hard to get your hands on one. But, being an early adopter doesn't always (usually ever) mean that you're going to get a perfect performance right out of the box, and it looks like Dell's smartphone is suffering from some issues. Namely, connecting to some WiFi locations.

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Plan on Getting a Dell Venue Pro from a Microsoft Store Today? Run, Don’t Walk.

Plan on Getting a Dell Venue Pro from a Microsoft Store Today? Run, Don’t Walk.

The rumors are true, the Dell Venue Pro is, in fact, available today at Microsoft's seven flagship stores today, and they're flipping out the door like hotcakes. The fine folks at Engadget called up one of those stores and asked about availability getting a response of yes, but good luck. If you do happen to get to one of the stores in time, you'll be paying $199 for a new line or eligible upgrade, or $449 for just the device.

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November 8th Launch Date for Dell Venue Pro, Nov 15 on Dell Website

November 8th Launch Date for Dell Venue Pro, Nov 15 on Dell Website

The Dell Venue Pro, it's got a slide out QUERTY keyboard and a 4.1 inch touchscreen. You'll want one so very much. Only thing is, you'll only be able to purchase it at one of only seven Microsoft retail stores on November 8th or at the Dell.com website on November 15th. You could, on the other hand, get one for free if you work for Dell and want to trade in your Blackberry, or take a look at some more details about the phone over at this post right here.

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Dell Handing Out Free Venue Pro Handsets to Employees, in Exchange for BlackBerrys

Dell Handing Out Free Venue Pro Handsets to Employees, in Exchange for BlackBerrys

Working for companies as large as Dell, or Microsoft, or any of them, means that you get a few perks. And, if you're company happens to be making something of a high-profile status that hundreds of thousands of people will want, there's a small chance that you may get one for free -- as long as you work in the right departments. We already know that 89,000 Microsoft employees will be getting their Windows Phone 7 fix, and now it looks like Dell is doing the same thing, with one small hitch: you'll need to trade in your BlackBerry device.

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Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 Clears FCC Gauntlet, Heading to T-Mobile

Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone 7 Clears FCC Gauntlet, Heading to T-Mobile

While AT&T and T-Mobile are sharing the Windows Phone 7 love this holiday season, and carriers like Verizon and Sprint are left to wait until 2011 to launch their own handsets, it looks like one major name is on its way to the Magenta network shortly. Courtesy of the FCC, it's been discovered that the Dell Venue Pro has just cleared the process with T-Mobile USA 3G (1700MHz).

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Dell Venue Pro Hands On [Video]

Dell Venue Pro Hands On [Video]

One of the devices we were excited to get our hands on, the Dell Venue Pro stands out amongst the crowd as simply being one of the most unique looking devices to launch with Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 mobile Operating System. Featuring not a landscape sliding QWERTY keyboard, but a portrait variation, the Venue Pro offers a capacitive touchscreen, just to make the whole package better.

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