Dell Venue 10 7000 may not be a hybrid but it’s something that’s half way to it. It’s something that looks like a laptop with a detachable monitor, weaving an image of a hybrid. But actually, it’s only a mirage. Essentially, the Venue 10 7000 is a tablet with magnetic dock of a keyboard. However, the performance run by our eccentric slate is not only of an ordinary one. It’s driven by productivity and performance.
Dell has readied 3 variants of the model—1) the 16GB standalone tablet priced at $500; 2) the standalone tablet + magnetically appended keyboard dock at $530; and 3) a 32GB slate with the keyboard dock at $679. The first and third variants are right on sched by May 5 to grace the virtual glass shelves of Dell.com, while the second variant comes the next day.
Dell’s newest pride features 10.5 inch OLED touchscreen with QHD 2560×1600 pixels resolution. Underneath the hood comes Intel Atom Z3580 SoC, 2GB RAM, 16GB/32GB of native storage and an impressive 7000 mAh battery. Mind you, it runs in the latest Android 5.0 Google Lollipop OS. Snappers include a 2MP front-facing camera and a 8MP rear-facer—both sensors seemed to be considered as standard features when it comes to snappers.
Dell Venue 10 7000 Specifications:
- Display : 10.5” OLED QHD touch screen, 2560×1600 pixels resolution
- Chipset : Atom Z3580 SoC
- RAM : 2GB
- OS : Android 5.0 Google Lollipop
- Storage : (internal) 16GB or 32GB
- Camera : (primary) 8MP; (front) 2MP
- Battery : 7000 mAh