One tablet, three ways

The Dell Venue 11 Pro is unique because you can use it three ways; as a tablet, laptop, and a desktop computer. There's a keyboard dock with a hinge that transforms it into a laptop and a desktop dock that connects to a monitor. It's essentially three devices in one. Read full review
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3.5 stars
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One button transformation

Press that button on the keyboard dock to eject the tablet.

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Clamshell laptop

The Venue 11 Pro is available with either a Core-I processor or a Bay Trail CPU, but of which can handle most mobile and desktop apps. Read full review
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Snap a photo

The 11 Pro has a 8-megapixel back camera. Read full review
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Keyboard dock

The keyboard dock adds a track pad and, of course, physical keys. Read full review
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10-inch display

The Venue 11 Pro has a 1,920x1,200 resolution 10.8-inch screen. Read full review
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Side controls

The tablet itself has a USB port, volume rocker, charging ports and speakers. Read full review
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