The world of tablets has just gotten a little bit larger with the introduction of the Dell XPS 10, where this particular tablet brings together the world of work and play. Sporting intuitive touch capability, a long battery life as well as a mobile keyboard dock, you will find that the ARM processor that runs underneath the hood in tandem with Microsoft’s Windows RT operating system not fall short of your expectations, allowing businesses to manage and secure the XPS 10 on their networks without missing a beat. There is no word for pricing on the Dell XPS 10 as at press time, but we do know that it will arrive when Windows 8 hits the market at the end of October. That would mean a two month wait at best, but since we’ve already waited so long thus far, what is another quarter of patience? It is rather difficult to see the Dell XPS 10 challenge other more established names in the tablet market though, especially when you have Microsoft’s own Surface tablet entering the fray as well.
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