The Dell XPS 10 is Dell's first attempt at a Windows RT tablet. While it proves a serviceable effort, there's nothing particularly remarkable about it. Read full review
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Ah, split-screen. Still one of my favorite Windows touch features. Read full review
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The keyboard makes the tablet feel more like a laptop, aside from its smaller-than-usual typing space. Read full review
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Here we see the XPS' decent front-facing camera in action. Read full review
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Door overkill. The microSD slot's door feels a bit large given its function. Read full review
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A depressible Windows button has its advantages and disadvantages. Read full review
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The Surface RT tablet on the left and the XPS 10 on the right. Read full review
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