CES 2015: Dell launches its tablet with a 3D camera for $399
It is also one of the thinnest tablet on the market, measuring only 6mm thick, and has a 8.4-inch AMOLED display, with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. When we first got a glimpse of the coming 8 tablet (7000 Series) Dell during the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco last September, now, the device is official with complete specifications and especially we have the money.
Priced at $ 399, the Venue 8 (7000 Series) is positioned at the same price as the Galaxy Tab 8.4 S from Samsung, a tablet that also has a 8.4-inch AMOLED display. But Dell think RealSense camera and Dell Gallery accompanying software allow the tablet to stand out.
On the other hand, if you do not want these features, you can save money preferring to look towards Galaxy Tab S. It is available for a little longer, and its price has inevitably fallen relative to competition.
Dell’s tablet is powered by an Intel Z3580 Moorefield processor and has 2GB of memory and 16GB of internal storage. Fortunately, a micro-SD card slot allows you to have 64 GB of additional removable storage. The base model is a tablet with Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth 802.11ac only 4.0, but Dell will also offer a model offering support for 4G LTE.
The tablet measures 21.59 x 12.44 x 0.6 cm and weighs 305 grams. Under the hood, there is a battery of 5900 mAh.
The company positions the tablet as a consumer device, but it costs twice as much as the other Android tablets of the firm. So the goal is to target consumers who may have a need RealSense camera . It uses several lenses allow you to take pictures first, and adjust the depth of field later using the application Gallery Dell.
Dell will also deploy a software update in the coming months that will enable you to use the device to measure the dimensions in space, and real-world objects, by simply taking a picture in a well lit area and standing position at a specified distance (between 0.9 and 4.8 m) of the items you are trying to measure.
In addition to RealSense 8 megapixel camera, there is a 2 megapixel front camera.
8 The Coming (7000 Series) is also solid, with a decent appearance tablet, thanks to its aluminum chassis and screen almost no edges (except the bottom edge that is thick enough to accommodate the speakers MaxxAudio).
Dell plans to ship the tablet with Android 4.4 KitKat, but the company will provide a software update to Android 5.0 Lollipop soon.