Deal: Unlocked Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone $267.97


As if all the other great deals we posted about weren't enough, now has the Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone Unlocked┬álisted at a low price of $267.97. We have seen prices fluctuate a little in the past, so if you are looking to get your hands on this deal get it fast, it may just go back up again in price before pull the trigger on it. … [Read more...]

Dell Isn’t Ready To Go For Mango According To Microsoft


If you you watched the May 24th keynote, you didn't miss the list of manufacturers set for Windows Phone, as of now. Those manufacturers include Samsung, LG, HTC, Acer, Fujitsu, Nokia, and ZTE. You would have also noticed that considering the Dell Venue Pro Windows Phone exists, Dell is missing. At first we wondered what was going on with Dell and Microsoft that it seemed Dell … [Read more...]

Dell Promises More WP7 Phones

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The Dell Venue Pro has been a troubled device, with SIM troubles and countless delays. However, it's also one of the more attractive devices on the market. It looks like Dell isn't allowing the problems of a single phone to stop them from getting more into the WP7 market. A BBC reporter at the current media conference in Davos, Switzerland posted this tweet: Michael Dell, btw, … [Read more...]

Some Venue Pros Set To Ship, With Freebie Headset As Apologies

News of the Dell Venue Pro's delayed shipping has understandably frustrated many, but it sounds like they may be on the way soon. According to Dell themselves, the shipping will start tomorrow: Dell is planning more deliveries to customers beginning Friday, and throughout next week, so we expect all back orders to be delivered shortly. In an effort to make amends, Dell is … [Read more...]

Dell Swaps Employees Blackberrys for Venue Pro


Dell is planning on moving some 25,000 of their employees off the Blackberry, and into their WP7 offering: the utterly gorgeous Dell Venue Pro. Employees will be invited to swap in their old RIM device in exchange for a shiny new phone, with Android alternatives in the works too. This move away from the venerable Crackberry is a cost-saving measure, designed to save Dell up to … [Read more...]