Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 (Late 2014)

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  1. jamesstringer

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    This device is showing in Dell.com support, this is unannounced to my knowledge,

    Will it be a CPU refresh or just a slightly different configuration for another market?

    No drivers so far, although a Tablet dock FW update is listed on the 7130 support page to allow the dock to support the 7140.

    http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/04/Products/tab_mob/tablets
     
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    Listed in Specs ...CPU: Intel core M-5Y70/5Y71 and 5Y10/5Y10c)

    So...Core M...
     
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    Sim slot has been moved to the side of the device with the MicroSD card, rather than under battery.
     
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    Yes, CoreM. Nice to see Dell moving to more standard micro hdmi connector. I wonder if CoreM is going to be fanless. I searched the document for any mention and couldn't find any, and there are no schemstic drawings either.
     
  6. Charles P. Jefferies

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    I don't think the Core M will be fanless. The Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro has the Core M and a fan. Great to see Dell is upgrading this though!
     
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    How does Synaptics compare to Wacom and N-Trig?

    For someone whose primary use for a device like this would be PDF annotation, would this thing be reliably decent?
     
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    The device, when coupled with Dell's Tablet Keyboard, can run for approximately 18 hours (nine hours for the tablet and nine hours with the accompanying keyboard)

    I think I'll wait for a real review..the KB's battery is alot lesser than the tablet..Wonder if they even bothered testing it
    Same goes for their previous vp11 review
     
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    Well, I wonder if this thing is more powerful than the version with i5-4300Y and also 8gb ram. Because the Core M has an TDP of 4,5 Watts, while the i5-4300Y has an SDP of 6 Watts, giving the old one 1,5 Watts more space... So, could it be, that the main benefit of Core M is, less power usage resulting in longer run times and fanless build?
     
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