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The ultra-thin Venue 8 7000 is now on sale in the UK

isn’t the first name you think of when you think about Android tablets, but that is all set to change with the company’s new product. Do you remember last year we told you about the ‘the world’s thinnest tablet‘ being announced at the Intel Developers Conference in San Francisco? Well the Dell Venue 8 7000 has now hit the market and is available to buy in the UK.

At just 6.1mm thick, it has been dubbed the thinnest tablet in the world and is the first one to use the second-gen Realsense 3D camera from Intel.

The design of a regular tablet vanishes into the background when you see this one; it’s paper thin, feather light and looks and feels truly stunning. The chassis has been constructed from anodised aluminium, with hard edges and corners, giving it a cool industrial look that is normally associated with Apple devices. Because it’s small, the bottom bezel hosts the stereo speakers, the 2 mega pixel front camera, the 8 mega pixel rear camera and the internal hardware.

The small borders around the 8.4-inch OLED screen make the screen appear larger than it actually is. The screen boasts an impressive resolution of 2560×1600, giving it a high pixel density of 359 pixels per inch.

The Venue 8 7000 offers very good performance because of its Intel Atom Z3580 chip set and the combination of a PowerVR G6430 GPU and a quad core 2.3 GHz central processing unit. This beauty also packs 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. The addition of a microSD slot means the storage can be increased to an additional 512 GB if needed.

With the world’s thinnest design, a cool industrial chassis, killer edge-to-edge display and expandable storage this should definitely be a number one choice for consumers. Its long battery life, performance and high quality design makes it one of the best compact Android tablets on the market.

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