Conclusion: When there are cheaper and more flexible alternatives, you have to be a serious Windows RT fan to want to spend $680 for the 32GB XPS 10 tablet and dock bundle from Dell. And we don’t recommend opting out of the keyboard dock. If you’re not fond of RT, you may be better off with the full Windows 8 Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 , which is slightly more expensive, but gives you a fuller experience.
Pros: Covered in soft-touch paint for fingerprint-free handling, Included dongles for full-sized USB and HDMI ports, Good battery life, Touchscreen and keyboard make Windows RT usable, Keyboard dock doubles battery life and adds expansion ports
Cons: Heavy for a mobile device, Shallow and small keys, Awkward location of micro USB port, Expensive, Average screen resolution