User Experience and Conclusion
The XPS 10 is being released into a crowded marketplace and it has more than one battle on its hands… as a tablet it has to compete with the likes of the Galaxy Tab and iPad. As a productivity tablet there is the Transformer range and as a Windows RT based device there is competition such as the Surface from Microsoft.
In terms of other design elements there is also a lot to like about the XPS 10, the button layout is decent and it is always good to see expandable storage. It is also reasonably light and we love the decision to go with a keyboard dock of this style. There are a few tweaks we would have made though, for example moving the audio connector closer to the bottom edge of the device to allow our headphone cable to trail more neatly. We find the slot covers on the bottom edge to be completely pointless… they are far too easy to lose and little additions like a function button for Print Screen would also be useful. We would also have liked to see a standard USB port at the thickest part of the tablet (next to the docking connector) but the ability to charge via the existing micro-USB is appreciated.
As with many high end tablets the XPS has two cameras with the front unit ideal for video calling and the back more for image capture. The quality of that back 5MP camera isn’t great, but neither are most alternatives (Surface has a terrible 1.2MP lens) and given the right light images on the XPS 10 turn out fine. Just be aware the capture is a little slow so stable hands are very much required and this particular lens drops in quality quickly in low light conditions.
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The XPS 10 offers a high level of build quality and while it isn’t necessarily as stand out as the Surface in design it offers a far more functional, usable approach to Windows RT hardware. The performance is decent for productivity and media consumption with plenty of battery life to keep us going while out and about.