|Screen Size||8.4 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560x1600|
|Processor||2.33 GHz Atom Z3580|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||8 hours|
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Dell Venue 8 7840 Tablet 8.4" (2560x1600) OLED Touch Screen with Intel RealSense Atom processor Z3580, 2GB, 32GB, Android Lollipop 5.0.2
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"Innovation it its thinnest form.
The new Dell Venue 8 is the thinnest tablet in the world."
Dell Venue 8
Innovation at its best
The world’s thinnest tablet wins the prestigious 2015 CES 'Best of Innovation' award. Capture and view pictures with a gorgeous 8.4 inch 2560 x 1600 OLED infinity display with an Intel RealSense Snapshot Depth Camera.
Made for memories
- Beautiful edge-to-edge clarity
View and share amazing photos and video on the world’s best tablet display available with an 8.4 inch OLED infinity display and incredibly vivid 2560 x 1600 resolution.
Edit and measure like a pro
- Depth photography and 3D editing
Advanced photo editing is easier than ever with the world’s first integrated Intel RealSense Depth Camera and New Dell Gallery. Three cameras create a high-definition depth map that enables measurement, refocus, and selective filters with a touch of a finger. No matter where you focus your lens when you snap a picture, you can re-focus afterward to highlight any section of the image you want. Blur the foreground or background, filter shades from black and white to color, or adjust contrast and brightness.
- Precise measurements
Depth photos and Dell Gallery also allow you to measure length, width and height to scale with your photos. See how high your jump shot is, find out the surface area of that wall that needs painting, or rearrange your living room and compare objects with true-to-life data.
Innovative smart albums
- Organize important moments in your life, beautifully
The Dell Gallery connects to your favorite social media sites, and then collects and sorts all of your pictures – new and old – into a single album, along with social media comments and likes. Every image is arranged automatically so you can locate photos by date in Timeline View, or view them geographically in Maps View to relive your travels. With the facial recognition feature, you can search, sort and tag Facebook photos of your friends and family in People View. The all new Dell Gallery is redesigned to make your Venue 8 the final destination for all your photos.
A tablet you’ll want to show off
Premium design requires premium materials. A machined aluminum body is the epitome of elite design, strength and beauty.
At only 6 millimeter thin, this beauty is the world’s thinnest tablet. It’s easy to hold and lightweight enough to pop into your bag and get going.
Front-firing stereo speakers and MaxxAudio by Waves combine for blockbuster entertainment or crystal-clear Skype chats.
|Processor||Intel Atom processor Z3580 (up to 2.3GHz Quad Core), 32GB eMMC|
|Operating System||Android Lollipop 5.0.2|
|Memory||2GB LP DDR3 RAM integrated|
|Video Graphics||Intel HD Graphics (Imagination PowerVR G6430)|
|Hard Drive||32GB eMMC|
|Media Card Reader||Micro-SD Card Reader, includes USB 2.0|
|Bluetooth||Bluetooth tied to wireless card|
|Display||8.4 inch OLED Display with FHD (2560x1600) resolution with 10-pt capacitive touch|
|Fax/ Data Modem||HDMI - No|
|Wireless Connectivity||802.11ac 1x1 WiFi, Bluetooth 4.1 w/Miracast|
|Webcam||Front 2MP, Rear 8MP Depth|
|Warranty and Support||1 Year Mail-In Warranty|
|Software 9||1x Headphone and microphone combo jack|
Top Customer Reviews
There's a ton of choices including Sony (current gen isn't that good - new ones will be worth checking out), Samsung (wanted more metal, but the Note tablets were tempting), Nexus (9 has had some issues), etc. I don't usually consider Apple products since I like Android.
After reading about this new tablet, I was interested, but not at the current prices! The Intel RealSense camera was interesting, but I was more sold on the design and sleek, slim profile.
Since I'm a bit of a spec-snob, I was happy that it had a high-res, 8.4" 2560x1600 OLED screen (vibrant colors, maybe not 100% accurate, but nice to look at) that's almost edge-to-edge, a new Intel processor, 802.11ac wireless, etc. I wished it had more RAM (2 Gb) but so far it's been nothing but quick and responsive (outside of screen rotation - sometimes that lags a bit).
Some people are a bit concerned with how to hold it since it's so thin with hard edges and a front-facing camera that's oddly located (either on the bottom or off to one side). I've been having good luck holding it around the back with fingers on each edge and resting on my palm. If I need to hold it a bit more vertically, the "pinkie shelf" that many people do with larger mobile phones still works well here since this is so thin and light.
To keep it thin and light I didn't want to encumber it with a case so I went with a sleeve ...Read more ›
If you use your tablet for anything other than Facebook/web browsing DO NOT PURCHASE.
The screen on this tablet is absolutely beautiful, at full brightness. It's got gorgeous colors and is bright enough to be used in broad daylight. However, once you lower it to around 30% brightness a number of problems begin to emerge. First, you notice that darker colors, especially darker grays, begin to shift purple. This problem can be visualized by displaying a black-to-white gradient on the screen. At higher brightness, the gradient will look normal, but once a certain threshold is passed (around 30% brightness) a band of purple begins to appear where the darkest grays should be. Note that because this is an OLED display, blacks are always perfect, and only the dark grays have issues. In terms of video/movie quality, this can mean darker scenes can be tinted purple at 0-30% brightness. In my opinion, this isn't a huge issue as it doesn't really bother me much, but it is worth noting.
This IS an inductive capable screen, and as such, the Dell Active stylus works on it. I'm not an artist, but the pen performance seems smooth enough, and it certainly works well as a note-taking device.
This tablet comes with a nearly stock version of Android 5.1. The little bloatware Dell does include can actually cause some problems - the Dell services sometimes cause the tablet to heat up. This can be solved by simply going into the applications manager and force-closing the Dell User service, which will usually make it start cooling down. Otherwise the stock apps can either be disabled or are relatively useful.
If you can't stand lag, don't buy this tablet.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A worst device ever designed.
My first ever review about any product in public domain, as I consider this tablet as the worthy fit and save any one from wasting money and... Read more
My research suggested this is currently the best tablet in the 7"-8" market. Works great. Terrific screen.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Thin. Light. Good battery life. OK Speakers. The two stars of this show though are the beautiful screen and the fast processors. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Steve C.
Fast, lightweight, sturdy construction, and a beautiful display. I've owned this tablet for several months and have had no problems with it whatsoever!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Very nice hardware but the android lollipops on this device is horriblePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Tablet looks and feels good, but as others have noted there is a big issue with lag on this device. What I do not know is if it is the processor, the software or the graphics. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Greg Rickman
Stylish, a bit cumbersome trying to use in landscape mode (fingers get in the way of on-screen buttons). Could use a better user guide for the included features & software. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
micro SD card kept "dropping".Dell support was a nightmare. Internet search shows numerous other people having same problem. Returned.Published 2 months ago by steve
I loved this tablet until it died soon after the warranty expired. It became a brick from one moment to the next. No damage, no abuse, just working to a brick. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bob