Dell Venue 8 7840
|Beautiful Screen at 2560×1600 resolution.||New features are useless and gimmicky|
|Excellent battery life||Awkward engineering gives awkward handling|
|Powerful processor allows for smooth performance||Camera quality is very poor|
I would like to make a correction to the video the tablet is actually $399.99.
Dells new tablet is a mouthful, and that is a fact. Another fact is that this little 6mm mouthful is a powerful tablet. It sports a high-resolution OLED display at 8.4 inches and a resolution of 2560×1600. This display dons the “Infinity” name that Dell gave it.
We can’t argue with that.
Onto the powerful aspect of this tablet. It runs on Intel Atom processor, and is one of the first tablets to run an Atom. It also has some very interesting camera technology coming straight from Intel’s brains to our hands. The downside is that it only comes in 16GB on-board storage but the upside is it will take a micro-SD card up to 512GB (Yes, 1/2 a Terabyte). This tablet is the slimmest commercially available, but that isn’t the only thing that makes it stand out from the competition, read on to find out. The Dell Venue 8 7840 is available now for $399.99.