Published: February 7, 2013 2:00 PM
By Romain Thuret
Translated by: Hugh Ehreth
When Microsoft released Windows 8 and RT, it opened the floodgates for scores of hybrid devices that fuse the concepts of the tablet and the laptop, forever muddling the line between the two.


After Samsung, Asus and Microsoft itself, Dell is joining the party with the XPS 10. Dell has bet its money on Windows RT, a scaled-back version of Windows 8 that still has to prove its meddle. This 10.1-inch convertible tablet (16:9) comes with a keyboard dock that adds connectivity and an extra battery.

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