Dell officially ended production and development of Android tablets. The company wants to focus on a completely different system and outfits.

Analysts and market observers have long talked about the end of the tablet, a device that actually sold pretty well and was not a kind of fashion. This is not a surprise, considering that this type of device appears less and less and the subsequent manufacture resign from their creation. This time, Dell announced that it has no intention to further develop its line of Android tablets and instead wants to focus on popular recently hybrids 2in1 with Windows on board. The message itself is somewhat distressing to the world of Android. Dell may not have been the creator of the best Android tablets, but the brand had a really interesting portfolio of equipment. Among them are worth mentioning even implement Intel RealSense 3D tablet and the Dell Venue 8 7000. Most of the equipment manufactured by Dell formed part of the average shelf price, just in time for the less demanding consumers. Dell aims currently in the market, which is growing fast: course we are talking about hybrids and all devices 2in1 with Windows, but not only. Interestingly, the new version of Android brings several features that can make that tablet again return to the top, but nei'd be so sure. As you can see, customers have specific needs and it is a performance and not the kind of toy to work powered by Android. Windows in this case and the mobile office is doing really better than the robot. Sad it is the fact that Dell wants to completely part with Android. Brand will not support any longer their equipment critical updates or security updates. Dell customers can not therefore no longer count on. So how will the future look like an American company? Hard to say, but I'm looking forward to the new outfits 2in1. This market is a real box of possibilities for a new policy of the manufacturer.