Dell Venue 10 Pro to hit retail in March, starts at $329.99

Dell Venue 10 Pro to hit retail in March, starts at $329.99

There are a handful of budget-friendly Windows tablets out in the wild, catering different price points and specifications. Dell is among those manufacturers who have a number of interesting Windows-based products in their portfolio — the stunning Dell XPS 13. 

The company continues to introduce more products, and recently announced the new Dell Venue 10 Pro tablet, which is one of the many products the company unveiled lately. Dell classified it as its “its state-of-the-art portfolio of education solutions to enhance the learning experiences of students around the world.” The portfolio is not limited to Venue 10 Pro, but also includes a new Chromebook, an Android-based Venue 10 tablet, a Latitude 11 Education Series laptop and the Dell Interactive Projector S510.

As for the Dell Venue 10 Pro, the tablet will feature a 10.1-inch display with a flaunting Full HD display sporting a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels. The tablet will be accompanied by an optional keyboard accessory which when attached will offer users with a number of working positions for easy use. Dell said,

The five positions make the most of different learning environments and include: clamshell for test scenarios and to use as a laptop, tent and stand positions to promote collaboration and sharing, and slate configuration for keyboard storage while in tablet mode. 

There’s an optional stylus as well to boost the productivity of the students in the classroom as well as during other important tasks.

Customers interested in the tablet will be able to get it starting March 3rd on Dell.com in the United States and select markets across the globe. The tablet starts at $329.99, add the keyboard accessory and the price hikes to $379.99 — not too expensive if you’re thinking about giving it to your child for educational purposes, and keyboards are always helpful, and can boost the productivity of the user since it offers convenient typing compared to using the tablet’s on-screen keyboard.

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