If you’ve been toying around with the idea of picking up a new tablet but just haven’t seen a bang-for-buck figure that really caught your eye, you might want to check out this offer. For a limited time, Dell is running a promotional sale on their Venue 7000 series. Right now, you can pick up a Dell Venue 8 7000 for a cool $199. That’s fully half off the list price, although in reality, you can find this tablet for around $240. Still, $40+ off is nothing to sneeze at. The Venue 10 7000 is currently going for $299 as well, which is more than half off its list price of $629.00 and still way below the ~$500.00 you would pay if you bought a unit of this series elsewhere.

See also:

Dell Venue 8 7000 Android Tablet Review

February 14, 2015

The Venue 8 7000 is a stupendously thin tablet that is excellent for media consumption and businessy endeavors. The build quality is top-notch, and its battery can keep you mobile and operating all day long. Although Dell isn’t who you think of first when you’re looking for an Android tablet, they’ve delivered something fairly special and competitive here. The default price point was pretty fantastic, and this discounted rate makes the versatile device even more alluring.

Dell Venue 10 7000

The Venue 10 7000 is Dell’s followup to the aforementioned tablet. Although it boasts similar technical specs, it’s got a much bigger screen that clocks in at 10.5 inches and a massive 7000mAh battery. All this, and it’s only one millimeter thicker than its little brother. The real thing that sets this device apart from its forerunner, however, is the optional keyboard, which is backlit and incredibly sexy. This addition truly makes the Venue 10 7000 an excellent pick for someone who is looking for more work and less play with their Android Tablet.

Click the buttons below to take advantage of this limited time offer. If you’re an owner of either of these devices, please don’t hesitate to let us know what your experience with it has been so far in the comments. Your opinions can help other readers make a more informed decision.


Best cheap Android tablets (January 2016)

April 16, 2017
  • Daggett Beaver

    The Venue 10 is actually a good price for what you get. I still don’t want a tablet enough to pay $300.

  • truth_cutz

    Don’t bother… Dell has abandoned them

    • D C

      Yah was going to jump on the venue 10 but after some XDA skimming I came to the same conclusion.

    • Marc Perrusquia

      Checked the product page and the 10 is still on 5.0.2

    • mark

      yup, the 7000 will never get past lolipop, dell does this then abandons their flagship devices months after production.

      Never Dell, never again.

  • Ipssan

    Not buying a tablet with only 16GB that does not support Android 6. I emailed Dell the question and never received a reply which doesn’t give me a warm and fuzzy about their support either.