Dell Venue 8 Pro and Acer Iconia One 7 change processor
October 17, 2014 at 20:00
Dell released about the Venue 8 Pro, a small 8-inch tablet with Windows 8.1 focused on professionals. This model would be followed by others, and now, the company has decided to give it a little facelift to remain competitive. In the same way, Acer has improved the chip of the Iconia One 7 presented in April, a team that stands out for an extremely low price for the characteristics that appear in its technical sheet.
It is not usually a very common practice in first-tier manufacturers. Rarely have we seen a smartphone or tablet from the most powerful companies update any of its fundamental components if not for a complete renovation of the device. But it is not strange among the most modest, who have to measure well the products they put on the market. They usually take advantage if any one works to extend your life, changing something that offers extra performance, or the opposite, if it does not have the expected results, to incentivize consumers.
Dell Venue 8 Pro, now with Intel Atom Z3745D
Presented in late April. It has a 7-inch HD screen (1,280 x 800 pixels), 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of expandable internal storage with microSD cards, front camera, Android 4.2 upgradeable to Android 4.4 Kitkat and an interesting price that is around 100 euros currently in our country. The Intel Atom Z2560 processor was already a substantial improvement over the previous model, but now and after going through the garage, its engine will be the Intel Atom Z3735G with four 1.33 GHz cores and peaks of 1.83 GHz in turbo mode.
Source: TabletNews / MobileGeeks