Earlier on this month we gave you an introduction to the Dell Venue 8 Pro, a new tablet from Dell that is running on the Windows 8.1 operating system and a device that has attracted a lot of attention from eager consumers looking for the next big gadget.
We told you how the Dell Venue 8 Pro compared to some of the other popular tablets out on the market, those being devices such as the overwhelming favorite in the Nexus 7 2013, to the new iPad Mini 2 with Retina display.
Now though, we have a quick heads-up Dell Venue 8 Pro review from a consumer who has already purchased the device and has it in his hands. You can read countless professional reviews all day long, but it’s always good to see a device from a consumer perspective, which is why we’ve picked out this clip for you.
In just under 10 minutes, you’ll be able to get an exact look at the feel of the device and also a general overview at how the Windows 8.1 OS looks on the device. We say this, as don’t forget that Dell are already selling a version of this tablet that runs Android instead.
Just to remind you, Dell are selling this tablet for $299, but you may be able to find this even cheaper during the shopping period – making this even more desirable providing that you can grab a deal.
You may have been skeptical of picking up a Windows 8 based tablet in the past, but we have to say that some of these Windows 8.1 devices are looking fantastic. Watch the review below and tell us if you agree.