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Pro Great performance
Despite that pixel-dense display, the Venue 10 7000 can certainly hold it's own in terms of performance. The Intel Atom Z3580 processor packs a punch just as long as you don't expect to do too much multitasking (the 2GB of RAM drags down the experience)
Pro Keyboard is very good
The keyboard is pricey (it costs an extra $130), but it complements the tablet very well. The cylindrical slot magnetically attaches to the spine of the tablet, and the connection is so snug that you can hold it by the keyboard and shake without anything moving. The keyboard is backlit, and you don't need to worry about charging it (it makes a connection through some tiny prongs). For a small keyboard, it provides a good typing experience...although because the nature of it's size it isn't as comfortable as typing on a full keyboard.
Pro Great display
OLED technology provides punchy colors, and the super high 1600x2560 resolution keeps everything looking crispy.
Pro Good speakers
The speakers are located in the spine of the tablet, and they are stereo speakers. They give off good sound, and face forwards.
Pro Unique, comfortable design
The tablet has a 'spine' on it, which is a good way to grip it in either portrait or landscape orientation. Having most of the weight and thickness in one section means the rest of it can be very thin at 6.2mm. It can also fit a larger battery because of the spine.
While it's fairly comfortable to hold, the Venue 10 7000 is 597g. Most of the weight will be placed directly in your hand (thanks to that spine), but it's still a dense tablet.
Con Poor multitasking performance
With only 2GB of RAM, there's only so much the Venue 10 7000 can keep loaded in memory. Apps will need to re-load frequently.
Con Poor value for money
For $450 (or $580 bundled with the keyboard), 2GB of RAM doesn't feel like enough, and storage options top out at 32GB).