Its actually the Dell Venue 11 (thought it also had the Pro after it).
And I really do like it. Small enough and compact making it easy to
bring to meetings and on trips. Supports the full desk top set up with
docking station etc...
Only draw back I have found is lack of usb ports. Only one on the Venue
itself, add two more with the docking station but one of mine is used
for the wireless keyboard and mouse...
Think you'll enjoy using it.
On 5/8/2015 14:33, Heather Matthews wrote:
> Hi Lynda,
> I support Jim Barr, who uses the Venue 10 pro. He has 4gb memory and
> 64GB ssd with the i5 4210Y processor. He has had little complaints.
> We have Jim set up with wireless keyboard and 19 in screen. He has a
> doc, which we did have to replace. However, it was still covered by
> warranty. A couple of the ports were faulty. He has had it almost a
> year and I believe he loves the mobility of it.
> Hope that helps. Feel free to reach out to Jim. [log in to unmask]
> -----Original Message----- From: Lynda Howell
> Sent: Friday, May 08, 2015 1:14 PM
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> Subject: Dell Venue 11 Pro as a primary computer?
> Does anyone have any input on using the Dell Venue 11 Pro as a primary
> computer? As in hooked up to a dock with keyboard and monitor most of
> the time, and on its own or with a Bluetooth keyboard sometimes?
> I'm looking at 4gb memory and 128gb SSD (just like the laptops we'd get
> instead). There are a variety of processor options -- i5-4300Y vs
> M-5Y71 vPro seem to be the primary choices.
> Lynda Howell
> Dana Medical Library
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