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Dell Releases Venue 8 7000 — The World’s Thinnest Tablet



Now you can finally get a Dell tablet as the company has released its Venue 8 7000 Tablet which uses the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system. At a simple 6mm of thickness it is not making any idol boasts by calling it “the world’s thinnest tablet.”

Apple and Samsung beware! Dell Computers has you in his sights as it aggressively expands its reach into the tablet market. But google rejoice as the company is using your OS.

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Dell’s founder Michael Dell was born to a Jewish family in Houston, Texas. His family name came about as an alteration of the Yiddish word for Valley or Dale, which is Thal.

The Venue 8 700 features a RealSense “Snapshot Depth” camera. It is a 3D camera that offers depth and as Dell boasts it will “create a Z pixel for every X and Y pixel in the photograph.” This means that if you take a picture of someone or something then the tablet will be able to tell you how tall the object is based on its surroundings.




It has a bright 8.4-inch, edge to edge, 2560×1600-pixel OLED display and weighs only 0.7 pounds. Dell proudly states that the tablet comes with a 2.3GHz Intel Atom quad-core processor, in addition to 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a MicroSD slot that can expand storage by 512GB.

An optional Dell Cast adapter allows a user to project to a TV or monitor or turn a screen into your desktop. Then connect with a keyboard and mouse to use your tablet like a PC.

The Venue 8 7000 Tablet will be available for order from dell’s website within a week with a starting price of $399.





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