The new Dell Venue 10 7000 is probably one of the best devices that feels like a tablet-laptop hybrid. The tablet itself is very stylish and is elevated by an ergonomic quirk that looks like a chunky rounded spine. This feature also makes the tablet more comfortable holding it in one hand.
However, once the tablet is attached to the keyboard, it looks like a small and nice laptop. Well, even if it looks nice and feels that is built with quality, the new Dell Venue 10 7000 has some faults, because the Bluetooth keyboard feels a little cramped. This doesn’t mean that the tablet-hybrid is a bad product.
Dell Venue 10 7000 comes with some great performances and also runs the latest version of Android, known as 5.0 Lollipop. These are just some of the main facts that make this device so expensive. Yes, the new tablet-hybrid comes at the starting price of 499 dollars, packing the 16GB model, but it can jump to 629 dollars, for those who want the keyboard. For customers who also want more internal memory, like 32GB, it comes along with a keyboard at the price of 679 dollars.
As for design, the new device looks approximately similar with Venue 8 7000, or why not, with the Lenovo Yoga tablet. The standalone tablet, comes with a rounded spine that makes it more comfortable to hold in hand. This spine also features a smooth finish of aluminum that feels comfy and high-end.
After the tablet is attached to the Bluetooth keyboard, it transforms into a nice and little laptop. Unfortunately, the keyboard is not as spacious as a regular keyboard and users will need some time to get used to it. To be mentioned that Dell Venue 10 7000 can completely close like a laptop and also can tilt back to a maximum of 125 degrees.
This new device comes packed with a 2.3GHz quad-core Intel Atom Z3580 CPU, Intel HD Graphics GPU, 16GB of Internal storage, 2GB of RAM and a microSD card that that can expand the memory storage to 512GB. It also has other features, like Bluetooth 4.1 and 802.11ac Wi-Fi capabilities with Miracast support.