Added by on February 12, 2015

This is an in-depth review of the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 (7140) with the Core M, so powerful and yet silent. Note: The battery is removable after all, my bad…

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  • Damir Franc 2 years ago

    This is my video review of the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 with Core M, this
    time also with an written companion on my blog http://goo.gl/6BQqaD

  • Damir Franc 2 years ago

    This is my video review of the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 with Core M, this
    time also with an written companion on my blog http://goo.gl/6BQqaD

  • Damir Franc 2 years ago

    This is my video review of the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 with Core M, this
    time also with an written companion on my blog http://goo.gl/6BQqaD

  • Damir Franc 2 years ago

    This is my video review of the Dell Venue 11 Pro 7000 with Core M, this
    time also with an written companion on my blog http://goo.gl/6BQqaD

  • Salvo Errori 2 years ago

    can I ask your advice for a purchase? Dell Venue Pro Core M 5Y010 or 5Y741?
    Dell Venue Pro Core M 5Y741 or Surface Pro 3 I5? please can you help me in
    the choice?

  • James J LaRue 2 years ago

    Excellent review as always. I was going to buy the quad core atom version
    (I heard the is a version with 4gb RAM that can run a 64 bit OS even though
    it is an Atom CPU, can’t find this model for sale) but I want to be able to
    run Guitar Rig with low latency using my focusrite scarlet interface. So I
    thought maybe the i5 version would be better. But I read about this “new”
    version of the 7000 series with the Core M. I read that it’s supposed to
    outperform even the Atom in terms of battery life, but be comparable to i5
    in performance. Your test got only 5 hours of battery. Is there a power
    saving mode like all my windows laptops have? (CPU throttle, display dim,
    etc). Other option is surface pro 2 (3 is too big for my needs) not sure
    what to buy. 

  • dsedew efeferf 2 years ago

    ich hoffe darauf, dass das XPS 13 mit der FHD auflösung auf den
    europäischen markt kommt und ich bin sold.

    die laufzeit vom 7140 ist zu niedrig.

  • Jeong-hun Sin 2 years ago

    Last year’s model had a lousy capacitive home button that vibrated in a
    cheap way (cheap vibration feeling, cheap noise) that could not even turned
    off. How about this one? Is the home button the same? 

  • Brian Legate 2 years ago

    Thanks for posting this review. I’m on my second 7140 as the first had an
    SSD issue. Did you ever take a picture of unit with the back off? My
    understanding is that battery is serviceable but not easily swapped.
    Meaning you need to remove ribbons and probably a few screws. This is one
    of the primary reason why I selected this model over the surface… some
    flexibility with repairing the battery, wifi card and SSD. You can’t do
    this with a Surface.

  • Douglas Buytendorp Bizarro 2 years ago

    Great video!

  • Max Weninger 2 years ago

    Nice and solid review! Even if this is a device that I would never touch
    because of my known dislike of anything windows. But you have to know your
    enemy :)

  • MrTechnology83 2 years ago

    Good review, congratulations Damir can you please answer my question. I
    have a question right now I have the dell venue 11 pro model 7130 Intel
    I5-4210Y 128gb and 4gb Ram.
    How do you compare this unit (that you are review it right now) with the
    previous model Dell venue 11 pro 7130? Thanks in advance.
    

  • Douglas Ray III 2 years ago

    The quality of your videos is getting better and better.

    One suggestion, and it’s a small one: you might want to consider balancing
    your audio with regards to the branding intro. It is much, much louder than
    the rest of the video, which might be jarring to some viewers.

    Otherwise, evening else is excellent. Great work. 

  • Rush More 2 years ago

    Nice review. Some comments based on be owning the 7140 since November and
    also have the 5130.

    I get better battery life than reported here- about two hours more with
    tablet and one hour additional with keyboard, but usage is subjective.

    Replaced my 128GB ssd with a 512GB Transcend. Works great and did not have
    any of the cover breakage issues.

    The battery is replaceable

    I use this device as a mini me gaming laptop and media. Games it plays
    smooth at 1280X720 with no throttling that impacted framerates: Left for
    Dead 1 & 2, Saints Row 3, Unreal Tounrament 3, Doom 3, Crysis Warhead, Dead
    Rising 2, Halo, Flatout games, NFS Most Wanted, SF vs Tekken, Mortal
    Kombat Komplete, SF 4. These are just a few.

    Also plays most Dolphin Gamecube emuator games smoothly.

    Highly recommend this device! With keyboard. 

  • Igh Djoetma 2 years ago

    Nice review. I’m seriously considering a Windows Tablet.

  • Beastly Hax 2 years ago

    Tolles review!

  • TheWinDuck 2 years ago

    Great review! Thank you very much!

  • bastin prada 2 years ago

    Gutes Video !

  • buckeyes05055 2 years ago

    Great video 

  • mhanni up 2 years ago

    nice review . plz review asus chi t300 ;)