'The Dell Venue 8 (2014) comes in under the $200 mark and will serve up all your favorite videos in full HD. It can't match the Tab S on speed or features, but it's a solid value for on-the-go media consumption.'
'The Venue 8's 1920 x 1200 IPS multi-touch display delivered bright and crisp visuals.'
'Dual cameras combined with an IR sensor are able to take pictures with depth, and this is useful for all sorts of reasons.'
Dell’s Venue 7 is an attractive tablet with good battery life, a loud speaker, and a clean, up-to-date version of Android. But performance issues and its 1GB of RAM make it hard to recommend—especially for those who want to play games.
Can 8-inch tablets bring more consumers to the Windows 8 fold?
a good Windows tablet, but wait for the bug fixes
Dell’s $300 Windows 8 tablet has a bright IPS screen and solid build. But the ability to run Windows desktop software doesn’t overcome a limited tablet app selection and Windows 8.1’s difficulties on a small screen.