I'm Dan Graziano, and I'm here with the Venue 10-7000, the newest tablet from Dell.
This is a big brother to the Dell Venue 8-7000.
It's equipped with the same quad core Intel [UNKNOWN] processor clocked at 2.3 gigahertz with two gigabytes of RAM.
And it's running a pretty much stock version of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Which includes support for android for work.
An Enterprise feature from Google that allows you to keep your work and personal apps and data separate and secure.
On the front, it has its 10.5 inch OLED display with a 2550 by 1600 pixel resolution.
Sitting on top is a two-megapixel front-facing camera with an eight megapixel shooter on the back.
That also includes [UNKNOWN] of real sense technology, which allows you to measure distance and adjust the focus after an image has been snapped.
There's also a micro- [UNKNOWN] SD card slot, and a [UNKNOWN] battery, which still says should get you around 15 hours of usage.
When you attach the optional back-lit keyboard cover, the tablet can be used in different positions, such as laptop mode, presentation, tent, or slate mode.
On the bottom, you can see these rounded speakers.
This is very interesting, because no matter what position the tablet is in, these speakers will always be front-facing.
The Dell Venue 10 7000 is slated to arrive in the US in late April, with availability coming to the UK and Australia sometime down the road.
The tablet will start at $499 for the 16 gigabyte model.
But that's without the keyboard.
If you want the keyboard dock the price increases to $629.
I'm Dan Graziano for CNET and that was a first look at the Dell Venue 10 7000.
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