Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 M-5Y10 up to 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb WWAN 10.8″ FHD 1Yrs WTY-Refurb- MCS Tech - £185.34 Delivered @ MCS Technology
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Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 M-5Y10 up to 2.0GHz 4Gb 128Gb WWAN 10.8″ FHD 1Yrs WTY-Refurb- MCS Tech - £185.34 Delivered @ MCS Technology

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Found 6th Jul 2017
I missed out on a deal yesterday that someone posted for these on Dell Outlets site.
hotukdeals.com/dea…926

But I've found them cheaper for sale on MCS Technology's Website. Only difference is it has home

Venue 11 Pro - 7140
Processor: Intel® Core™ M-5Y10c (4M Cache, up to 2.00 GHz)
Windows 10 Pro (64bit)
4 GB DDR3 1600MHz
128 GB Solid State Hard Drive
Dell Wireless™ 5810e LTE/HSPA+
Intel 7265AC + BT4.0 [802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0, Dual Band 2.4&5GHz, 2x2]
24W AC Adapter
8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera
AC adapter cable, USB
Power Cord : 250V
Primary 2-cell 38WHr Battery
10.8 Inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution with 10-pt touch

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    Showing at 144.50, though Can't work out how this differs for the one at 136. Also this or the i3 version

    Edit:just realises prices are ex vat. Sorry
    Edited by: "szigmon123" 6th Jul 2017
    szigmon123

    Showing at 144.50, though Can't work out how this differs for the one at … Showing at 144.50, though Can't work out how this differs for the one at 136. Also this or the i3 version


    VAT and delivery
    Some are B grade
    Title should say refurb
    Original Poster
    MikeLondon

    Title should say refurb


    Thanks Mike London- Changed now
    Does this have a user replaceable battery?
    Aiadi

    Does this have a user replaceable battery?


    I have this tablet. Battery is user-replaceable - video: youtube.com/wat…94U
    Great deal, I paid £165 recently for the Venue Pro 8, would love this hardware in the 8's form factor.
    szigmon123

    Showing at 144.50, though Can't work out how this differs for the one at … Showing at 144.50, though Can't work out how this differs for the one at 136. Also this or the i3 versionEdit:just realises prices are ex vat. Sorry



    The £136 one doesn't have the Mobile Wireless Card just normal wireless. The i3 version is not as good mainly as it has an internal fan which is noisy and worse battery life.
    We've had some of these at work for a couple of years now. Decent enough kit, but not the most sturdy of tablets devices. We've gone back to Lenovo.
    how good are these and Latitude as graphics/stylus tablets?
    I'm typing on one of these at the moment. Things to consider:

    -Screen is good
    -Stylus works well
    -Obviously, silent operation etc
    -Expandable storage gives it better options

    -Battery life isn't that great actually, it does have issues with sleep mode which is a bit weird.
    -Don't bother to try to run anything graphically intensive on this, I know many of you will already know this but in case you didn't...don't
    -They keyboard is essential, the soft keyboard on this is actually quite annoying, it's big and the screen is not big enough, I found this annoying.

    Happy to answer any other questions and heat from me, I bought refurbished, it's done me well. I bought for £147 not including VAT.
    Glynevans101

    I'm typing on one of these at the moment. Things to consider:-Screen is … I'm typing on one of these at the moment. Things to consider:-Screen is good-Stylus works well-Obviously, silent operation etc-Expandable storage gives it better options-Battery life isn't that great actually, it does have issues with sleep mode which is a bit weird.-Don't bother to try to run anything graphically intensive on this, I know many of you will already know this but in case you didn't...don't-They keyboard is essential, the soft keyboard on this is actually quite annoying, it's big and the screen is not big enough, I found this annoying.Happy to answer any other questions and heat from me, I bought refurbished, it's done me well. I bought for £147 not including VAT.



    Have you the m5 version? Have u tried running older games like bioshock, half life, fear etc.
    It is the M5 version yes, to be honest if you're willing to drop the framerate you can get some workable FPS.

    I have tried Blur for example and it needs to be played at a lower resolution. I've tried Driver San Francisco and that wasn't particularly great.

    I can run benchmarks if you're interested
    Tempted by this to replace a recently faulty laptop. Is it a risk with them covering all but the battery in their warranty? Or are the batteries in these pretty solid?
    Glynevans1018th Jul

    It is the M5 version yes, to be honest if you're willing to drop the …It is the M5 version yes, to be honest if you're willing to drop the framerate you can get some workable FPS.I have tried Blur for example and it needs to be played at a lower resolution. I've tried Driver San Francisco and that wasn't particularly great.I can run benchmarks if you're interested

    Hello just wondering if you can upgrade the ram on these? Is 4GB sufficient for day to day tasks?
    SkyBlues199020 h, 9 m ago

    Hello just wondering if you can upgrade the ram on these? Is 4GB …Hello just wondering if you can upgrade the ram on these? Is 4GB sufficient for day to day tasks?


    Can't upgrade the RAM. It's basically a sealed unit, but you can just about get access to the battery, SSD and wireless cards.
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