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The Dell Venue 8 7000 is the thinnest tablet on the block, but it's more than just a looker. It packs an almost pure version of Android, a captivating OLED HD screen and did I mention its stereoscopic camera?

Click through the slideshow for a closer look at the Dell Venue 8 7000 and read the full review for all the details.

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Thin is still in

The Dell Venue 8 7000 is slimmer than the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4, but only by a hair. It's even skinnier than the highly lauded Apple iPad Air 2.

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Mad photo chops

One of the main attractions of the Dell tablet is its Intel RealSense Snapshot Depth camera. It's the first device to feature the technology.

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Three cameras!

The 8-megapixel camera on top works in conjunction with the two stereoscopic cameras below it. This combination captures depth information in a photograph that allows you to further edit a photo after it's been taken.

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Flip over for photos

In order to avoid blocking the three cameras, you have turn the tablet upside down, placing the big bezel on top.

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Triple viewfinders

There's a viewfinder for each camera when you're taking a stereoscopic image and, if you're blocking any of them, it'll let you know with a polite error message.

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Big bottom bezel

Or is it the top bezel? Either way, the biggest bezel on the tablet houses the speaker and front-facing cameras.

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Mega microSD capacity

To make up for its low 16GB of internal storage, the Dell Venue 8 7000 can expand up to 512GB via microSD card slot.

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OLED stunner

The 8.4-inch OLED screen sports a 2,560x1,600-pixel resolution, which matches the Samsung Tab S 8.4.

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Smooth, matte and black

The back of the tablet is smooth and tactily comfortable, but it lacks any grip support.

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Good gaming

It doesn't hold a candle to powerhouses like the Nvidia Shield tablet or Google Nexus 9, yet the Venue 8 7000 still performs smoothly during heavy gaming.

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Premium and petite

If you're interested in a premium Android slate, put the Dell Venue 8 7000 at the top of your list. Though there are a few other solid competitors, its unique photography capabilities (and super-slim design) make it an anomalous option.

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