DeWalt 20V Max Atomic Compact Tools are bringing their slimmer profiles to a retailer near you over the next year. The goal is to simply create a 6-tool line that’s more comfortable to use as a supplement to your heavy-duty tools when you don’t need all that raw muscle. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1389975325257-0′); }); The DeWalt DCD708 drill/driver has a pretty basic feature set highlighted by its 2-speed brushless motor and 1/2″ chuck. Its 340 and 1650 max RPM are very similar to the DCD777 compact brushless drill. The big difference between the two is that DeWalt shaves off more than an inch from front to back on the 708. DeWalt’s more recent compact brushless DCD791 (and its 792 Tool Connect version) are a bit more capable with up to 460 UWO of power and 2000 RPM. It’s about 1/2″ longer and $40 more for the kit The DeWalt DCF809 compact brushless impact driver is the same price as the drill driver. It pushes a solid 1700 in-lbs of fastening torque that creeps up on the DCF887’s 1825 in-lbs. Makita’s shootout-winning XDT16 only claims 1600 in-lbs, so this power level isn’t making many compromises. Its 2800...