Dell's recent Venue 8 7000 was one of the most interesting tablets from Dell in... well, ever. Now it's trying its hand at something bigger with the Venue 10 7000. Dell is pitching this as a work machine, and you can buy it today starting at $499.

The Venue 10 shares some design touches with the smaller Venue 8. It has an asymmetrical bezel, but the "bottom" of the tablet is actually a bar that houses speakers and can attach magnetically to a keyboard dock. It reminds me a lot of the Sony Tablet S from years back.

Dell has equipped the Venue 10 with a 10.5-inch 2560x1600 OLED screen, an Intel Atom Z3580 processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage in the base model. It runs Android 5.0 out of the box as well. It has Intel RealSense 3D cameras too, and you will never use them.

You can get the 16GB tablet with a keyboard dock for $629. There's a 32GB version that only comes with the keyboard bundle. That one's $679.