Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 Review – Decent for Normal Use

The Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 is the update version of the company’s professional Windows tablet series. This 10-inch mobile device aims to let interested purchasers the full Windows 10 user-experience while being able to make use of portability as a main advantage. It is also compatible with a good range of accessories which include a folding keyboard dock. Therefore, this particular slate can also double as a hybrid device. While reading its feature set on paper, it cannot handle much heavy lifting. In fact, the best you can do with this gadget is for normal usage.

Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 Review – Decent for Normal Use

The Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 Falls Short on Power

Under the hood of the Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056, it is powered by an Intel Atom processor. Therefore, performance levels are way behind modern tablets and hybrid devices, especially when comparing it with the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. But even though its processing power is a bit of a disappointment, it has a Full HD screen which is claimed to last up to 11-hours of battery life on a full charge.

As for its external looks, the company is known to make their Pro tablet line to be quite similar with each other. In fact, placing the Venue 10 Pro 5056 with some other devices within the line will let you see its near identical designs. However, this isn’t to say that it doesn’t look good because Dell ticks the right boxes for its looks.

For its front, it is coated with all black, and its glass is covered with soft-touch plastic for its sides as well as its rear. While there’s nothing esoteric to look at, everything remains as sharp as possible. At its back, there’s only the Dell logo as well as some bits of information that is written in a deep gray font color. The text at the rear is rather large, but still classy to look at.

Since the processing power of the Dell Venue 10 Pro 5056 is quite low, the main selling point of this tablet is its display. The 10.1-inch LCD panel is able to deliver an HD-topping 1,920 x 1,200 pixel resolution. Furthermore, its pixel density is at a sharp 220-pixels-per-inch. By default, the Windows operating system scales the resolution by 150-percent. Therefore, the text can easily be read. Nevertheless, when the extra resolution is needed, it can be called upon. Therefore, the tablet is still a solid choice, just don’t expect any type of heavy usage for this one.


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