Starting off, the Dell is only a quarter of an inch thick. That's thinner than any other tablet on the market and most smartphones.
The screen glass goes edge to edge, which looks great. To make it easier to hold, however, Dell provided a handy extension on the left side - or bottom depending on how you're holding it. It's a nice mix of looks and comfort, plus you won't be accidentally making things happen you didn't expect.
Speaking of the screen, it's a high-resolution 8.4-inch Samsung OLED job, which means it's bright with great colors. Also, when I say "high-resolution" I mean 2560 by 1600 pixels.
To put that in perspective, the iPad's 9.7-inch screen has 2048 by 1536 pixels. Basically, the Dell has a million more pixels on a smaller screen. The detail on images should be incredible.
The rest of the specs are fairly normal for a cutting-edge Android tablet - fast processor, lots of storage, Android 4.4, etc. - click here to see how it stacks up to other tablets on the market.
However, it does have one final feature that's worth noting.