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June 05, 2013

Spotted: Dell XPS 10, Snapdragon running Windows RT

Spotted at the Microsoft booth here at Computex is the Snapdragon S4 powered Dell XPS 10. This hybrid tablet comes with a 10-inch screen and a removable keyboard dock (popularized by the Asus Transformer).

Dell initially announced this in Berlin during IFA last year but is yet to be released in the Philippines.

The XPS 10 is powered by a Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM and up to 128GB eMMC.

Both the tablet and the dock has separate internal batteries which adds up to a total of 18 hours in a single full charge. The tablet runs Windows RT so only apps coming from the store are usable.

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One Response to “Spotted: Dell XPS 10, Snapdragon running Windows RT”

  1. kul says:

    i dont know but… isnt that quite underpowered even if its just running on windows? :)

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