Dell Venue 8 7000 Delayed Their Arrival Up to The 2015 CES

A few days ago that confirmed the arrival in the United States of the Dell Venue 8 7000 after passing the relevant FCC certification, although it seems that thin tablet of the world will have to wait a little more for your arrival to the market.
The information seem truthful, because it has been Dell who has informed fudzilla that the Dell Venue 8 7000 will be presented at the CES in Las Vegas at the beginning of the 2015, where details regarding pricing and availability in all markets will be known.
The tablet was shown for the first time in the IDF 2014 at the beginning of September and promising that it would begin in the fall of 2014. Then it appeared by mistake in listed Dell website for November priced at 499 dollars, to spend about two weeks ago the American FCC tests.
However, now it seems that Dell has delayed its release without revealing any motivation to do this:
The Venue 8 7000 – thin tablet of the world with 6 mm in thickness, with better screen (OLED 2560 x 1600 pixels) and the first with Intel RealSense camera integrated in small format – will be officially announced with pricing and availability at CES.
The most likely explanation is the update to Android 5.0 Lollipop, as a device that is intended to be the jewel in the Crown of Intel and Dell could not become an obsolete version Android, especially having native support to 64 bits of its chipset Intel Merrifield which will incorporate Android 5.0.
It will play then wait for CES in the first week of the year to confirm all data on one of the most interesting recent tablets on the Android platform, but we will remain vigilant if there is new information ahead of time.
For now, we leave a video posted by the U.S. manufacturer showing its characteristic star, the operation of the technology Intel RealSense: