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.