Dell’s latest Venue 10 Pro 5000 Series is a 10 inch Windows tablet with a 1920 x 1200 pixel touchscreen display, a detachable keyboard dock, and support for Windows 10’s Continuum feature which automatically adjusts the user interface depending on whether you’re using the computer as a tablet or notebook.

Unlike the original Venue 10 Pro, the new model also has a USB Type C port, and 802.11ac WiFi.

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The new Venue 10 Pro also probably has an Intel Atom Cherry Trail processor, if recently leaked data is accurate.

Other features include stereo speakers, a micro HDMI port, microSD card reader, and support for a Wacom digital pen. Like the new Dell Venue 8 Pro 5000 Series, Dell is positioning the new Venue 10 Pro as a business-class device that’s been MIL-STD tested and which is available with Dell ProSupport Plus.

There are also options for NFC and 4G LTE connectivity.

The new Dell Venue 10 Pro 5000 Series 2-in-1 should be available in North America soon for $429 and up.

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7 replies on “Dell Venue 10 Pro 2-in-1 update brings USB C, 802.11ac and more”

  1. I’ll be curious to see what the weight is – this 2-in-1 is one of the few T100 alternatives (in that it works well as a laptop, doesn’t need a stand), and has the advantage better specs (at higher prices), but the Bay Trail version was heavier.

  2. The T100HA has been officially released (I don’t know what that means, because I can’t find anyone selling it yet), so I’m glad that Dell was on the ball about unveiling this.

    I’m hopeful Asus has another model coming out soon with a FHD screen. I’d like this Dell Venue 10, and all its features, but I don’t see myself spending business-class prices.

    1. This has an active digitizer, though, which puts it into a completely different class of device than a tablet without one.

      1. For sure, but I’m convinced at least $50 of the price of the Dell is based on the the fact that it is aimed at business use (there are alot of costs involved in providing long-term support for enterprise customers).

        I’d be interested in something like this priced towards consumers. Having said that, I have to say this is one of the more reasonably priced business products I’ve seen this year.

  3. Whenever I see stereo speakers, my brain reads it as Front-Facing Stereo Speakers! Always left a little disappointed afterwards.

  4. If it’s 4GB/64GB then it definitely sounds better than the Asus, I just cant do low rez screens anymore (mobile devices spoiled me).

  5. $429 for a full HD display, keyboard, and Wacom support sounds like a pretty sweet deal if has at least 64gb of storage and 4gb of RAM. I’ll be keeping an eye out for this one.

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