Right on the heels of a very successful Google I/O conference during which Google has shows on stage that Chrome was becoming as good on mobile as it is on desktop, the company also launched a new television ad that I’ve seen a couple of time on live TV since. It is true that with 750M active users, it’s hard to argue that Chrome isn’t experiencing a meteoric rise. However, shortly after the new ad came out, Microsoft has allegedly build a spoof that capitalizes on what many end-users think: that everything Google does is used to spy on us, in order to sell more ads.
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Dell introduced us to its XPS 18 back in March of this year as the company’s newest all-in-one (AIO) computer, which at the time, we were impressed with its ultra-thin 18.4-inch display. In fact, the entire computer fits within the display making it quite an AIO to use as you don’t have to worry about setting up a mini tower somewhere on your desk, instead, just finding a spot for the display and you’ll be good to go.
During our hands-on time with the XPS 18, Dell made sure to emphasize its intention was to provide a true AIO experience and doesn’t want its users to think the product is just a rather large tablet. Instead, Dell wants us to consider the XPS 18 as a “mobile” computer that you can easily move around your home and not one that you would take with you to the park or across the U.S. when traveling. But if you’re looking for a desktop replacement, is the XPS 18 the kind of machine you would want instead of buying an actual desktop PC? That’s one of the factors we’ll be looking into of our review of the XPS 18. So, without further ado – let’s take a look at what Dell has to offer, shall we?
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