Dell XPS 10 XPS10-2727BLK 10.1-Inch 32GB Tablet

August 24, 2013 - Comment

Play hard and work smarter with the XPS 10 featuring Windows RT. Includes Office and apps from the Windows Store making it an ideal tablet for work and home. Optional mobile keyboard dock with additional battery gives you all-day productivity. Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter. Introducing the 10.1″ XPS™ 10 multi–touch tablet

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Play hard and work smarter with the XPS 10 featuring Windows RT. Includes Office and apps from the Windows Store making it an ideal tablet for work and home. Optional mobile keyboard dock with additional battery gives you all-day productivity.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Introducing the 10.1″ XPS™ 10 multi–touch tablet with Windows RT.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Explore new dimensions with touch.Now you can swipe and tap to interact with your favorite apps and games. The 10.1″ multi–touch display is designed to maximize your Windows® 8 experience.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Designed with you in mind.The XPS™ 10 tablet is light, slender and crafted with resilient materials so it’s ready to go wherever you go.

Featuring Office Home & Student 2013 RT.

Experience Windows® RT on the XPS 10 with apps for work and play. Get familiar with Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2013 RT and see how your favorite productivity suite has been optimized for touch.

Dock and do more.

When you connect your XPS 10 tablet to the optional Mobile Keyboard Dock, you get an additional built–in battery, full keyboard and touchpad capabilities and USB and HDMI ports.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Audio–visual excellence to go.Get the most from your Skype calls, movies, music and games with the XPS™ 10 tablet’s front and rear cameras, HD display and enhanced audio features.

Portable power and speed.

Multitask, watch movies and boot up in seconds with a dual–core Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor and eMMC storage.

Designed to work wherever you are.

XPS 10 comes installed with drivers for most printers, mice and monitors, so it’s ready to work in almost any environment. Plus, its built–in security features ensure your system, files and personal information stay safe wherever you connect.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

XPS 10 (XPS10-2727BLK)
at a glance…Processor: Dell XPS 10 Tablet with Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S3 1.5GHz DC processor and 32GB Flash StorageDisplay: 10.1″ High Definition (1366×768) IPS with Gorilla GlassOperating system: Windows RT [Win 8 edition for ARM]Memory (RAM): 2GB LP-DDR2Storage (hard drive): 32GB eMMcOptical drive: No Optical DriveAudio: Stereo SpeakersPreinstalled software: Microsoft® Defender (included with Win 8 OS), Microsoft® Office Home & Student 2013 RT

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Product Features

  • Windows 8 RT, 10.1 inches Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5 GHz
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory

 

Comments

Blumbeck says:

PLEASE Get it right. First things first.Amazon seems to have some incorrect specs and information on the ‘XPS 10’ I hope to clear this up for some of you. The following is the latest information on the xps10 Tablet.XPS 10 OS is windows ‘RT’ NOT windows ‘8’ (that is the Latitude 10 tablet)XPS 10 CPU is the ‘Qualcom Snapdragon S4 dual core 1.5 ghz’ NOT the ‘Intel Atom’and again (that is the Latitude 10 tablet).XPS 10 Has dual band WiFi plus Bluetooth 4.0 NOT single band WiFi, and once again (that is the Latitude 10) and there are a few other things which I do not need to go into.Now, I gave The XPS10, ‘5’ stars and it has earned them. I did some homework before I ordered mine so I was aware of what some people considered ‘drawbacks or failings’ with the tablet.The first thing you need to understand is The ‘xps10 running Windows RT’ can not run programs written to run on ‘Windows 8’ as the cpu cant run the ‘exe’ files needed for these programs. Now I will admit…

M. Anaximenes says:

A Quality Tablet, Not The Best or The Worst of the Current 10.1″ Offerings Owing to my occupation, I was afforded the opportunity to test drive this tablet pre-release, and pit it against a similarly sized Asus offering and two other competitors in an effort to determine which of the four best suits our needs.Overall, the Asus VivoTab was my selection as I found that it outperformed the competition in the areas critical to our business need, however the Dell XPS stacks up fairly well and deserves an honorable mention as the runner up. While Dell Tablets aren’t generally viewed as the top of the heap these days, they have produced a viable, quality and well built offering in the XPS 10. Prior to this one, my last experience with a Dell tab was with the Streak, an android powered device which I found unremarkable. I am happy to say that the overall build and design of the XPS is a dramatic improvement and offers far greater durability, battery life and screen responsiveness.*The dual-core SnapDragon processor, much to my surprise,…

ST says:

XPS 10 OK tablet. I recently purchased this tablet to take on my business trips for entertainment and the occasional web search at home while seating on the couch.The poor:* I bought the 32 GB but just out of the box availability – 15.4 GB, after initial Windows updates – 14 GB available.* Unable to hook Tablet to my PC to transfer data – not a big thing since you can use the micro SD to transfer data, just and extra step.* Need to have a Microsoft acct to download Apps to your Tablet* You can’t install just any software on your tablet, I guess the RT O/S is very new and not that many options out there. I tried to install my Shared home printer(Brother MFC) and that could not be done. Also tried some work apps, no go!The Good:* Great screen, very clear and works well with the touch aspect(first time using something like this).* Pretty intuitive, there are some options that I’m just getting use to, but as I start playing around, I’m noticing…

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