just got my Venue Pro 11

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  1. chris_van_vel

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    Hi, it depends on wich version you are getting and where you buy it. In US the Venue 11 Pro 5130 (Bay Trail Version) is coming with Office Home and Student and Windows 8.1, while in Europe (at least Germany) it isn´t coming with Office instead it is coming with Windows 8.1 Pro.

    On the Core Versions nowhere should be Microsoft Office pre delivered!


    @medic002:

    The Bay Trail Version should be fine for you! Watch my review: I´m showhing multiple scenarios to show you the performance. If you wanna see how flash games are working you can watch my gaming test ;)


    [video=youtube;VJtInwsm--A]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJtInwsm--A[/video]
     
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    And the BayTrail Version(Private store) in Europe dosent get an key too.
     
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    how does the fan noticeable by the i5 Version? (internet / Full Hd Movies / Office)
     
  4. medic002

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    I am so tempted by this tablet but I just worry if its overpriced. I am planning to always have it connected to the keyboard dock, so it just seems like I am overpaying for a small laptop - but the battery life is so impressive..
     
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    Well, that's why I didn't get the keyboard dock. I mean, what's the point? Why not just get a small laptop if you're going to have it docked majority of the time?

    For me, I'm using this as my MAIN machine so it has to be able to replace my iPad and ultrabook. With a nice bluetooth keyboard, I can do that. I mean unless you do heavy typing daily, the dock is not necessary. And if you do heavy typing, you shouldn't be getting this tablet.
     
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    But thats the problem, I cant find a single laptop with a comparative lifespan and weight. This would be my entire work device when outside of my home, so I will be typing quite a bit..
     
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    Well, if that's the case then this might be the right tablet. However, unless you really need the extra battery life from the keyboard dock, I'd recommend you check out the Logitech K810 bluetooth keyboard. It's high quality and backlit keys are god send if you ever do any typing in dark areas. Plus, it's so much lighter compare to the Dell dock.
     
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    I have the 810 and 811. Great keyboards. Occasionally they get confused and type is repeated but overall light and easy to use.

    Cheers,


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
     
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    Anything new about the WWAN module with Dell Venue 11 Pro Atom?
     
  10. Schnuerschuh

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    There are no Antennas.
    M.2 Connector and Sim Slot are there.
     
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