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Dell stops selling and supporting Android devices
Dell stopped selling its Venue tablets with Android and the Wyse Cloud Connect stick with that OS. The company no longer focuses on the over saturated market “for slate tablets, but 2-in-1 models with Windows.
Besides stopping the Venue line and Wyse Cloud Connect, which devices are no more updates, Dell has to PCWorld let know . On a blog puts Dell reason to stop the products.
“The market for slate tablets is oversaturated and has suffered from falling demand from end users. At the same time offer 2-in-1 systems with screens from 10 to 13 inches the experience of a laptop with the convenience of a tablet if needed” , Dell claims. The manufacturer does not think tablets will disappear, but at business users, the adoption as a replacement for the PC will not be great, the company expects.
“Let’s be honest, tablets can not match the processing power of PCs and lack the flexibility and the possible creative thoughts productive tangible results to convert,” Dell writes. Apple is correct busy iPads to pilots in the business market. The manufacturer works closely with include IBM, SAP and Cisco.
Tablets with Android Dell for example, were the Venue 7 and 8 in the 7000 series in 2014 and the Venue 10 7000 with OLED screen in 2015.
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