From an ultra rich and smooth display to a powerful configuration, the Dell Venue 8 Pro 64GB has it all. Its sleek design despite being bundled with attractive features is really commendable. It has single micro-USB port which can prevent you from charging it and connecting it to any other device at the same time.
I've purchased Dell Venue 8 Pro (64GB) from somewhere else. nHere are few things one should know before buying it. nn*Its a full fledge PC running 8.1. n*Touch is awesomely responsive, I keep on playing with it with my stylus. Since the day it has come to me.. My Windows Phone and Ipad mini don't get much of my time. n*Colors are awesome.. You would love watching videos on this 8 inch screen. n*This is an important point: It won't connect to PC as it itself is a PC and no two PCs can be connected vis USB. First day, I plugged it into my laptop to transfer some files... I got no response from either of the device. Initially, I was shocked but did research to find that it is reasonable that it, any other PC as a matter of fact, doesn't connect to another PC via USB. n*It opens all pen drives immediately. To connect a pen drive, you will need an OTG cable that converts micro USB male to USB 2.0/3.0 female. (Available in market at 120 rupees). *It opens external hard disk drives too but only those which fetch power from external source. If you want it to open an external hard drive that fetches power from PC/Laptop, you would need to buy a USB Y cable that has one micro USB male to two USB (one male and another female) n*You would love this device if you have a WIndows Phone. The moment you log in, it will sync all your settings etc. Moreover, when I connected my phone to this device, this device shows me missed call and other notifications of my phone.
Embrace this tablet, you will understand its capability. I am not literally undermining android and ios but windows 8.1 actually does so, it is one of a kind product offering you plethora of productivity. It is actually a full desktop which fits into your palm. It runs any desktop software apart from windows 8 apps with live tiles and above of all it comes with licensed Microsoft office 2013. Now coming to Dell hardware, tablet feel is premium, it has a high quality IPS display, battery life is very decent, will give you 10-12 hours at a stretch on high to moderate use. for the price and specifications, it is a sure buy if your budget permits.
|Model||Venue 8 Pro 64GB|
|Operating System||Windows v8.1|
|Screen Size||8.0 inches (20.32 cm)|
|Screen Resolution||800 x 1280 pixels|
|Pixel Density||189 ppi|
|Touch Screen||Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch|
|Screen to Body Ratio||66.09 %|
|Processor||Quad core, 1.8 GHz, Intel Atom Z3740D|
|Internal Memory||64 GB|
|Expandable Memory||Up to 64 GB|
|Resolution||5 MP Primary Camera|
|Image Resolution||2592 x 1944 Pixels|
|Camera Features||Digital Zoom|
|Resolution||1.2 MP Front Camera|
|Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi 802.11, a/g/n|
|Audio Jack||3.5 mm|
|Other Sensors||Light sensor, Accelerometer, Compass|
8.3 inches vs 8 inches
Quad core 2.4 GHz vs Quad core 1.8 GHz
Higher primary camera resolution:
8 MP vs 5 MP
Higher secondary camera resolution:
2 MP vs 1.2 MP
350 grams vs 395 grams
Dual core 2.0 GHz vs Quad core 1.8 GHz
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