TechSpot: Dell Venue 8 7000 Tablet Review

Today's tablet selection is vastly different compared to what was offered half a decade ago when they were new and awkward. Android is all grown up and tablets now have a defined purpose backed by a deep ecosystem of apps. The hardware is equally as impressive as components like high-resolution displays and quad-core processors are the norm.

Hoping to highlight how far the industry has come is Dell’s Venue 8 7000. First shown off at the Intel Developer Forum last year, the new Venue 8 arrived in US store shelves little over a month ago with a unique form factor and a chassis that’s thinner than any other tablet in the world.

The device is powered by Intel’s Atom Z3580 quad-core processor with a burst frequency of 2.33GHz and an Intel HD Graphics (PowerVR G6430) GPU alongside 2GB of DDR3 RAM and 16GB of flash memory. Wireless connectivity includes Intel’s 7260 1x1ac 801.11ac and Bluetooth 4.0.

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