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Dell Venue 7
8.0 out of 10

Dell Venue 7

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Reviews and Problems with Dell Venue 7

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Overall 7

Expert Review

20 October 2014
  • Conclusion: Here, though, you also get a thin, attractive, and well-built tablet with good connectivity, plus solid performance when running a few apps at a time. It's a worthy pick in the $150 range, though the MeMO Pad competition from Asus is just as good.
  • Pros: Well-built, yet slim, Decent-looking screen, Above-average cameras, Handy PocketCloud remote-access app, Good battery life
  • Cons: Audio is serviceable, but lacks stereo separation, More third-party apps installed than we'd like, At times, screen showed slight lack of saturation
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Dell Venue 7 with Android Review

19 October 2014
  • Excerpt: The Dell Venue 7 Android tablet sounds like a good idea on paper, but a nice piece of hardware with a good price for a 7-inch Android tablet gets hampered by sluggish performance, even after a much-needed firmware update that improved things a little.
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Overall 8

Dell Venue 7 (2014) Review

LAPTOP Magazine
15 August 2014
  • Excerpt: Dell's refresh of its 7-inch Venue tablet makes it a tempting choice for budget-conscious shoppers. The device features an upgraded Intel Atom Z3460 processor, 1GB of RAM and 16GB of flash memory for just $160.
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Overall 7
Performance 6
Sound 5
Battery performance 9
Display 8
Weight 10
Noise 10
Gaming performance 8
Connectivity 7
Keyboard 9
Temperature 9
Camera 7

Dell Venue 7 LTE Tablet Review

12 August 2014
  • Summary: Light-shunning LTE slate. Dell launches a balanced, 7-inch tablet that is based on a current Atom processor from the Merrifield generation and Google's Android 4.4 KitKat, dubbed Venue 7 LTE, on the market. Its brightness and speakers are the biggest points of criticism.
  • Pros: High graphics power, Expandable storage, High-speed LTE, ac-WiFi, 20 GB Dropbox storage (one year), Long battery runtimes and a decent performance. Besides that, cutting-edge communication modules are installed.
  • Cons: Pressure sensitive display bezel, Few sensors, No App2SD support, Weak speakers, A slightly higher brightness and more homogeneous illumination would have certainly contributed to the otherwise great screen.
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Overall 6

Dell Venue 7

6 August 2014
  • Summary: The Dell Venue 7 is one of the best small tablet bargains. The larger Venue 8 is just as capable, however there are other 8-inch slates that offer more features for the same price.
  • Pros: The Dell Venue 7 and 8 are refreshingly bloatware-free and start at affordable sub-$200 prices. Performance during casual use is stable and there's a microSD card expansion slot.
  • Cons: Performance slows down when downloading app updates or large files. The thick bezels slightly outdate the tablet's design.
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Overall 5

Dell Venue 7 3000 Series Review

11 May 2014
  • Conclusion: For a budget-priced tablet, the Dell Venue 7 looks, feels, and sounds quite good—and the rear-facing camera can produce attractive photos as well, something many budget slates can’t do.
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Overall 7

Expert Review

19 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Still, as mentioned earlier, we like the Venue 7 especially for first-time tablet buyers who may not know how much, or if, they’ll use a slate. It also works as a second tablet for the family, or maybe for a small child. (Not too small, of course.
  • Pros: Well-built and attractive, Decent IPS display, speakers for price, Comfortable for one-handed use, Low bloatware load, Stylus support
  • Cons: Short battery life, Slightly pricey, given competition, Poor cameras, Stylus costs extra
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Overall 7

Dell Venue 7

PC Magazine
2 December 2013
  • Conclusion: Dell's Venue 7 is an inexpensive Android tablet that is upstaged by more capable options from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
  • Pros: Great bargain. Loud speaker. Simple, minimal design.
  • Cons: Poor cameras. Higher-resolution options are available in the $150 price range.
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Overall 6

Dell Venue 7 Review

LAPTOP Magazine
15 November 2013
  • Summary: If you're looking for the longest battery life possible in this price range, the cheaper $129 ASUS MeMO Pad HD 7 is your best bet. However, the Venue 7's clean Android build, clear display and comfy design make it a good contender.
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Review: Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8, Android tablets with Intel inside

30 July 2014
  • Summary: Summary: There are lots of Android tablets to choose from, ranging from the inexpensive to big bucks. These two tablets from Dell are light on the wallet and have a unique feature.
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