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The Dell Venue 11 Pro is an option for business users who want a convertible tablet with Window 8. Read our Dell Venue 11 Pro review to find out more.
£787 inc VAT
If you’re looking for a lightweight tablet then look elsewhere. The Dell XPS 12 is primarily intended as a powerful working laptop, and its fourth-generation Haswell…
£1,149 inc VAT
The XPS 18 is a versatile and portable all-in-one PC. Find out more in our Dell XPS 18 review.
£999 inc VAT
Dell XPS 12 convertible Ultrabook, is supposed to be a laptop/tablet hybrid, but it's clutching at straws when claiming to be a tablet. Think of this more as a decent…
£1,299 inc VAT
The Dell XPS 10 is a decent Windows 8 RT hybrid tablet and laptop offering spectacular battery life. Here's our Dell XPS 10 Tablet review.
£359 inc VAT
Dell's 10in tablet has an Intel Atom chip and works as a business PC. Here's our Dell Latitude 10 review.
£496 inc VAT
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