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Trendy budget 7-inch tablet

Budget 7-inch tablets are all the rage, and Dell is hopping on the bandwagon with another low-price Android release. The Venue 7 tablet will be available in Wi-Fi and LTE versions.

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Front-facing camera

The small tablet features a WGA front-facing camera, located right above its 1,280x800-pixel-resolution IPS screen.

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Red and black versions

The Android 4.2.2 tablet, which packs a 2GHz Clover Trail processor, is expected to upgrade to KitKat once the OS is released.

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Rear 2-megapixel camera

The tablet's back -- which will be available in red or black -- houses a 2-megapixel rear camera.

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Compact size

There are slimmer and smaller tablets available, but the Dell Venue 7 is still a rather petite device.

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16GB and more

The Venue 7 houses 16GB of internal storage, but allows for more with its microSD card slot.

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Micro-USB port

Unsurprisingly for such a low-price tablet, the Venue 7 is limited in ports, with only one Micro-USB connection.

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