Dell venue 10 7000 review – A tastefully designed tablet-hybrid that brings the best of functionality and performance combined with the goodness of Android Lollipop. Dell Venue 10 7000 scores high with its ergonomic design and is definite to make millions of happy customers who have the privilege of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Since the introduction of iPad, every tech giant has been making their research team work harder to bring out a better product that will surprise customers.
Although it has some misgivings, we are rather impressed with the Dell 10 7000. Take away its optional Venue Keyboard it is just another tablet that has hit the market recently, but combined with the keyboard it is definitely a device that many productivity enthusiasts will fall in love with. Here in this article, we have broken down into the minute details of every aspect of the Dell Venue 10 7000, that you will want to know if you have any buying plans.
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From a distance, you may not distinguish the Dell Venue 10 7000 from a Lenovo Yoga or the Dell Venue 8 7000. The design is strikingly similar, with a rounded spine, which forms the base when you connect the keyboard. But the spine is what makes the device ergonomic in holding if you are using at as a tablet. The spine also fits perfectly in the bluetooth keyboard and gives a sturdy feel unlike most hybrids. The hinges can be tilted upto 125 degrees to have a laptop like view. You can also detach the keyboard easily by tilting the tablet all the way back until the hinges pop out.
The notable feature about the Dell Venue 10 7000 is that runs on latest Android Lollipop 5.0. Although there is some pre-loaded software installed in the device, there is no custom overlay which gives a pure Android experience. Dell Venue 10 7000 is also equipped with Dell’s RealSense technology which will make you imaging function a lot more customized than in any other device. Users can adjust the focal point of each image after its capture with this innovative technology. Also, it is possible to measure items in the photo as well as compute the area using the RealSense technology.
Storage, battery and miscellaneous
Dell Venue 10 7000 comes with a microSD card that will support up 512 GB. It has a micro USB charging port meaning you can use your smartphone charger to charge your tablet-hybrid device too. A 7,000 mAh battery powers the device and Dell rates the battery to run solid for 15 straight hours, with the bluetooth keyboard attached. The barrel like rounded spine might look a bit off putting but is here that Dell has packed front firing stereo speakers which pretty much take care of your entertainment in a grand fashion.
The bottom-line is that the Dell Venue 10 7000 is a nearly perfect hybrid device, but without its keyboard it somewhat looks incomplete and a tad bit heavy for a tablet. With starting prices fixed at $499 it is reasonably priced for someone who wants to carry their productivity everywhere.