Thursday, December 18, 2014

Dell Venue 11 Pro Review



Dell outfitted the Venue 11 Pro using a Total high definition IPS screen and made it very simple to gain access to the inner workings of the tablet PC. A Core i5 chip along with a fast SSD do the apparatus credit on paper also. But can the tablet PC win us around?

We are already knowledgeable about the Dell Venue 11 Pro, a model that was reviewed by us . Does this tablet actually increase anything, although the brand new central processing unit seems better on paper? The responses are revealed by our review.

The contest of the Venue 11 Pro includes company tablet computers produced by other firms, the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 as well as for example the Lenovo ThinkPad 10.

Considering that the two Venue 11 Pro versions are structurally indistinguishable, we will not cover the connectivity case, screen or loudspeakers in detail

Screen: high contrast IPS screen

The Venue 11 Pro has the exact same screen as its sister version. It is a glowing, high-contrast IPS screen with viewing angles that are constant. The measurements were different for both panels, yet this is not unusual. Two structurally indistinguishable screens register 100% results that are indistinguishable.




Performance: more than enough for daily usage

The performance of the central processing unit is more than adequate for ordinary office jobs. Dell offers this tablet PC in various settings, including variants.

Graphics Card: strong and very powerful for a tablet

The HD Graphics 4200 images center protects images jobs. The sister version of the Venue 11 Pro has the same GPU. Both tablets' results are on level. Both got results that were standard for apparatus outfitted with this particular graphics core. AMD offers more powerful GPUs in this section of the marketplace, compared for example to the Radeon R4 (Beema).

Gaming Operation:

Games that do not require too much of the hardware are fluidly rendered by the Venue 11 Pro. The games accessible to the Windows Store should not be any trouble for the apparatus. Same as in the PC Mark standards, the sister version of the Site attained better results in the kind -- in our gaming standards. We see the workings of how the images and central processing unit core slow down considerably when the two are under load concurrently.




Power Consumption

These amounts are significantly lower compared to 21.1 and 22.1 Watts we recorded for its sister version. Don't forget, the latter is outfitted having a central processing unit that was poorer. The CPU and GPU of our evaluation model do not run at anywhere and particularly not at the same time. At lower speeds, less energy is required by the centers.

Battery Life

In our WLAN evaluation, which was created to model practical, in regular use, we run a script that loads a webpage that is new every 40 seconds. Compared to its sister version (6:39 h), this not a great outcome. Both tablet computers are designed with all exactly the same battery. We ended up every time and repeated several times to the WLAN test with our present review apparatus: The more powerful Core i5 central processing unit just needs a bit more energy than the Core i3 central processing unit of its sister version.

Conclusion: not the biggest powerhouse, yet a great player

The remaining hardware parts do not differ much in the sister version. The bright, high-contrast IPS screen with viewing angles that are constant is not a negative part anymore. The ranks are joined by a fast solid state disk having capacity here also. It'd not be difficult to change the disc out, as the rear side of the pill may be removed with no tools.

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