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DNP This week on gdgt BlackBerry Q10, Cordcutting, Dell XPS 18 AllinOne

BlackBerry Q10

Diehard BlackBerry users who can't get along without a QWERTY keyboard will appreciate the Q10, which brings the platform into the modern smartphone era. However, the device is unlikely to win over any converts from Android, iOS, or even Windows Phone.
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DNP This week on gdgt BlackBerry Q10, Cordcutting, Dell XPS 18 AllinOneCould you drop your home Internet service?

In this week's featured gdgt discussion, we discuss cord-cutting of a different kind: While you might associate the topic with ditching cable TV in favor of streaming, more people are actually dropping their home broadband service in favor of mobile data, public hotspots, and mooching off of friends or relatives. Could you do it? Would you?

DNP This week on gdgt BlackBerry Q10, Cordcutting, Dell XPS 18 AllinOne

Dell XPS 18 All-in-One

Dell's XPS 18 manages to take desktop computing and give it a portable twist -- without making sacrifices. The XPS 18 is a unique approach to the all-in-one, as Dell uses a tablet in place of a monitor to make the whole system more portable. Dell has been successful in the desktop all-in-one market before, and they keep up that tradition even in the iconoclastic XPS 18.
Buy from $999
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Sony Bluetooth Wireless Mobile Speaker (SRS-BTV5)

Even at its price, the small and portable Sony SRS-BTV5 gets drowned out in a sea of affordable wireless speakers. At this price point Sony needed to really hit it out of the park to make the SRS-BTV5 stand out, but they swung and missed. For $30 more you can get Logitech's Mobile Boombox, which is just as small with better sound, or pick up the Phoenix from Beacon Audio; while its sound is comparable to the BTV5, it's also $20 cheaper.
Buy from $69
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