I'm Dan Ackerman.
And we're here taking a look at Dell's new Venue 11 Pro.
This is one of the very first systems that we've seen with Intel's new Core M CPU.
That's a line that's separate from the regular Core i3, Core i5, Core i7 types.
It's actually designed for high-end, really slim lightweight systems.
It lets you have pretty close to full power without having to run a fan.
Which is a big bonus if you have something.
That's a slim, light tablet like this.
Otherwise this is identical to the previous versions of the of, of the Venue 11.
It's got a full 1920x1080 display.
starts at 699 for that Core M and a 128 gig SSC and it's going to be available to buy starting November 11th.
I'm Dan Ackerman and that's Dell's new Venue 11 Pro.
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