Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 Refurb M-5Y71 up to 2.9GHz 4Gb 128Gb 10.8″ FHD W10H 1yr RTB WTY MLL537 - £308.94 @ MCS Technology Ltd - HotUKDeals
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Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 Refurb M-5Y71 up to 2.9GHz 4Gb 128Gb 10.8″ FHD W10H 1yr RTB WTY MLL537 - £308.94 @ MCS Technology Ltd

£308.94 @ MCS Technology
Good condition, but may have light usage marks Use code facebookfriends to get 10% discount. A fair amount of bang for your buck and doesn't seem to suffer any of the issues that plagued the 713… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Good condition, but may have light usage marks

Use code facebookfriends to get 10% discount.

A fair amount of bang for your buck and doesn't seem to suffer any of the issues that plagued the 7130 series.

Model - Venue 11 Pro (7140) Tablet

Warranty - 1Yrs MCS Return-to-base WTY

CPU Type -Intel Core M

CPU - Intel Core M-5Y71 up to 2.9GHz

Memory - 4Gb

Hard Drive -128Gb SSD

Video - Intel HD 5300

Screen Size- 10.8″

Screen Resolution - FHD 1920 x 1080

Touch Screen - Yes

Webcam - 2MP Front Camera. 8MP Rear Camera

Ext Video - Mini HDMI

USB - 1 x Full size USB 3.0.

Card Reader - Micro-SD Card Reader

Bluetooth - Yes

WiFi - Yes

Mobile Broadband (WWAN) - No

Operating System - Windows 10 Home

38Whr Battery

**£199 as of 30/11/2016**
- fatemeh
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
If you add the dock the discount code will be rejected as it is classed as a sale item, for which codes do not apply.
#2
Good battery life
#3
Happy 7130 owner here. All the issues seem resolved with the latest firmware, drivers and Windows. It took Dell a while to iron the kinks out but I've finally no complaints.

I'd love the fanless operation of a core m and improved performance but double the price is steep for the level of improvement it offers. If you do anything cpu heavy I can see the appeal, but for general use even the lowly i3 4020Y ticks over really well.

I'd say the keyboard with the battery addon is essential. The stylus is also nice to have as well.
#4
BigYoSpeck
Happy 7130 owner here. All the issues seem resolved with the latest firmware, drivers and Windows. It took Dell a while to iron the kinks out but I've finally no complaints.

I'd love the fanless operation of a core m and improved performance but double the price is steep for the level of improvement it offers. If you do anything cpu heavy I can see the appeal, but for general use even the lowly i3 4020Y ticks over really well.

I'd say the keyboard with the battery addon is essential. The stylus is also nice to have as well.


Can I ask how the stylus is?

I've been eyeing up getting an ipad pro or a surface 2 Etc for drawing.
#5
BigYoSpeck
Happy 7130 owner here. All the issues seem resolved with the latest firmware, drivers and Windows. It took Dell a while to iron the kinks out but I've finally no complaints.
I'd love the fanless operation of a core m and improved performance but double the price is steep for the level of improvement it offers. If you do anything cpu heavy I can see the appeal, but for general use even the lowly i3 4020Y ticks over really well.
I'd say the keyboard with the battery addon is essential. The stylus is also nice to have as well.

Agreed on the price front, I was looking at how much it'd cost to upgrade from an i3 4030y model to a core M model mostly for the extra ram (on the 8GB), CPU horsepower and fanless operation but it was about £500.

Instead I paid about £700 for an XPS 13 9350 which apart from the lack of touchscreen is serving me well.
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nekoangel
BigYoSpeck
Happy 7130 owner here. All the issues seem resolved with the latest firmware, drivers and Windows. It took Dell a while to iron the kinks out but I've finally no complaints.
I'd love the fanless operation of a core m and improved performance but double the price is steep for the level of improvement it offers. If you do anything cpu heavy I can see the appeal, but for general use even the lowly i3 4020Y ticks over really well.
I'd say the keyboard with the battery addon is essential. The stylus is also nice to have as well.
Can I ask how the stylus is?
I've been eyeing up getting an ipad pro or a surface 2 Etc for drawing.
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#7
I've got one of these and can say it's great, seems plenty powerful enough that I've started leaving my i7 laptop at home, I got mine from Dell's outlet for around £400 but it does have the mobile sim slot, 8GB and 256GB of storage, but worth looking at Dell in case they have them.

I've also got the keyboard/battery attachment which although is good for extending the life to the levels of transatlantic crossings, it does leave the tablet at a slightly high angle, which can be a bit irritating if using on your lap, fine on a standard desk.

I've got the pen, although it's clever, I've not really found a use for it, it also takes AAAA batteries, which are hard to get locally, but Amazon do a basics pack quite reasonably priced.

mike
#8
Anyone found the UK keyboard with battery for a reasonable price anywhere?
#9
McMike
Anyone found the UK keyboard with battery for a reasonable price anywhere?

Realistically you aren't going to find a UK layout cheaply. About a year ago the best I could find a new one was £105 and they're more sparsely available now. Considering the European layouts are around £50-60 it's pretty galling.

The Euro layouts have the keys in the exact same location as a UK keyboard, so you could always pick one up and buy some labels to stick over the none UK keys.
#10
McMike
Anyone found the UK keyboard with battery for a reasonable price anywhere?

Almost exactly a year ago I paid £85 on Ebay, only went for it because I had a £15 PayPal voucher making it just about reasonable. The seller had a few and they were going fast, so if I'd not jumped at that point, I'd probably would have missed the chance.

The big problem is there appears to be no way to power this thing of an external battery pack, so if you want additional power on the go, you've got no choice but to bite. The keyboard is far from the best keyboard out there, but I wanted a uk keyboard and a battery pack for doing transatlantic flights.

mike
#11
Looks like this has reduced in price... now £281.94

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