Dell and Intel team up to launch the thinnest tablet
Besides looking for the brightest screen with more resolution and powerful graphics chips, tablets also persist in achieving the thinnest model. At this point which was at the top of the podium was the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact from Sony, 8 inch display and a thickness of 6.4 millimeters.
However, it was displaced by Dell, which recently presented the Venue 8 7000 series, a model that had the support of Intel in the development team, which has an Atom chip and a thickness of only 6 mm. This model will be equipped with bases in RealSense 3D technology, with similar features to Microsoft Kinect cameras.
It is the first big debut of RealSense 3D, a technology that emerged from the project Perceptual Computing Intel, which seeks to develop new forms of interaction with electronic devices, beyond touch screen and use the mouse.
Also, this camera will allow you to be able perform custom settings of focus after the decision, a feature that HTC already offer so much in its phone One M8 as Lytro with its equipment based on the technology of light fields.
With regard to its technical specifications, Venue 8 7000 Series has 8.4-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2560 by 1600 pixels, based on a metal case design and an Atom chip. Although there is little known about more technical details of the device, presented by Michael Dell in Intel developer conference, it emerged that hit the market before the holiday shopping season at the end of 2014.