No, but for $60 I got a Miracast-compatible display device (Actiontec Screenbeam Pro) and can beam the picture wirelessly (about 250msec lag to my eye). Works great, especially for wargames.
I wouldn't want to play something fast-moving due to the lag, however. Then again, this tiny tablet won't run much in the way of (modern) FPS shooters and the like, as you might imagine.
I got a $25 micro keyboard with touchpad (Gearhead KB3700TP) as well , a micro-USB to USB adapter, and so can use a physical keyboard as well. I could've gone with a Bluetooth keyboard, but then that's something else you have to worry about kepping charged.
Honestly, I haven't needed the physical keyboard much after discovering the aforementioned "Comfort On-screen Keyboard Pro", but some of the older full-screen games don't play nice with it and for those I have the physical keyboard (which is tiny - no longer than the Venue Pro itself).
I've been extremely pleased and rather amazed how this tiny little PC can run just about everything I've thrown at it. I just finished installing the old Combat Mission Beyond Barbarossa - and it ran fine.
One huge improvement that Win 8.1 brings is memory management. The OS just does a great job of shuffling things around and stays snappy even with a lot of things going at once. It's probably the first iteration of Windows that was less resource-intensive than the previous version. We can likely thank Apple for that, since MS had to find a way to field a tablet without needing gobs of CPU horsepower.
...does the Dell Venue have a micro HDMI connection...connect to larger screens?