Dell Venue 8 Pro
Great price for a Windows tablet.
Good battery life.
Full Windows 8.1 OS.
Very thin and light.
Solid build quality.
Broken auto brightness.
No Micro HDMI to make use of desktop apps.
Bad Windows key placement.
Only one USB port for both charging and data transfer.
Optional stylus doesn't live up to expectations.
By Wired UK on March 04, 2014
The Dell Venue 8 Pro is a reasonably powerful Windows 8 device for a decent price. However, you'll need to shell out for an additional keyboard to get the most use out of it. Specifications Software Windows 8.1 (32-bit) Processor ...80
By Gear Diary on February 23, 2014
Based around an Intel Atom x86 processor rather than an ARM mobile chipset, the Dell Venue 8 Pro has an instant advantage to Android and iOS tablets: it can run full desktop applications.Dell Venue 8 ProWhat's even better is it comes in a very...-
By V3.co.uk on February 21, 2014
Dell's Venue 8 Pro has a better display than some 8in Windows 8 tablets we have seen but, with its small screen and low performance, it's still effectively a netbook...60
By Good Gear Guide on February 20, 2014
The Dell Venue 8 is a nifty little Windows 8.1 tablet device that can fit into the palm of your hand thanks to its 8in screen and thin body. It's a decent performer for most tasks, but can struggle a little with CPU-intensive Web...70
By itproportal.com on February 17, 2014
Given the lack of competition, it's not saying much when we label the Venue 8 Pro the best small screen Windows tablet around. All the same, it's the first to make a convincing case for such a device. It's small, light and easy to lug...80
By IT PRO on February 13, 2014
Dell proves there is life in 8in Windows 8.x devices. There are advantages to having a small tablet which can support all Windows applications, but the screen and specification could be...80
By TrustedReviews on January 29, 2014
This is by far the best 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet we’ve seen it’s just a shame that Microsoft's operating system is not yet fully equipped for a smaller screen.70
By Digital Trends on January 24, 2014
If you're on the lookout for a solid 8-inch Windows tablet for running a mix of apps and Windows programs, Dell's Venue 8 Pro is a solid choice at a reasonable price – especially since we've recently seen it on sale at Staples for...85
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
The Venue 8 Pro offers good value for a $300 device, but we suggest you wait for Dell to issue some bug fixes, and also for more competing tablets to start...74
By isource.com on December 27, 2013
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to take the Dell's first 8″ Windows tablet, the Venue 8 Pro, for a spin. While it certainly didn't dethrone my iPad Air or my wife's Mini, I did find it to be a very capable device. So much so...-