Dell Venue 10 7000 Review - Is This The Best Laptop-Tablet Hybrid Available?

We live in an age where multi-tasking has become the norm. This is why 2-in-1 devices such as laptop-tablet hybrids are also quickly becoming popular. One of the latest laptop-tablet hybrids in the market is the Dell Venue 10 7000. This Dell Venue 10 7000 review will tell you everything you need to know about this new product from Dell.


Unique and Sleek Design

One of the first things that you will notice about the Dell Venue 10 7000 is its sleek design. Compared to other laptop-hybrid tablets such as the Asus Transformer, Microsoft Surface and the Lenovo Yoga, this one is more eye-catching. In tablet form, this product has a design has a design feature that other tablets do not have. At one end of the tablet, you will notice a pronounced cylindrical base. This is actually a practical feature since the cylinder acts as a handle when you are holding the tablet vertically like when you are using it to read an eBook, for example. If you are used to using flat tablets then it may take some time before you get used to such a design.

Excellent Keyboard

The problem with other laptop-tablet hybrids is that they either work well as a table or a laptop but rarely in both forms. The Dell venue 10 7000 is an exception because it offers a great experience in both its tablet and laptop form. But what truly sets this device apart from other similar products is its optional keyboard that, currently, is incomparable to other tablet keyboards in the market. It snaps perfectly to the aforementioned cylindrical base and seamlessly transforms the device from a tablet into a veritable laptop complete with a swivel cover that also acts as the case of the device. This keyboard is not full-sized but there are generous spaces between the keys that make typing such a pleasurable experience. The keys are also backlit to make typing in low light easier.

Powerful Processor

The Dell Venue 10 7000 packs a powerful Intel Atom Z3580 quad-core processor that reaches up to 2.3GHz and 2GB of RAM. This processing power is more than enough for even for demanding programs that one usually performs with regular notebooks. It also has an Intel HD Graphics GPU. That may not be enough to handle heavy photo and video editing and for high end games, but it is more than enough for everyday computing needs. It runs on Windows 8.1 that is upgradable to Windows 10.

Expandable Memory and Other Slots

This device also comes with 16GB of internal storage. If you find that too small, then you can always add memory through a MicroSD card for up to 32GB. If that is still not enough for your needs, then you can also insert 512GB worth of memory through the built-in crazy MicroSD slot. That memory space can surely hold plenty of games and movies.

Conclusion

The other slots that you can find in this device include a Micro USB to charge the device and a microphone and headphone jack.The verdict of this Dell Venue 10 7000 is that this is one of the best tablet-laptop hybrids available in the market today.

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