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. Ubergizmo was impressed, saying that "being able to fit an entire computer inside of a 18.4-inch display that is 0.6 inches thick is certainly an amazing feat." Even at 18 inches, the XPS 18 remains fairly portable, with CNET calling it "easy enough to pick up and carry around." When it comes to actually working on it don't you won't be disappointed either, as PC Mag thinks the XPS 18 has "excellent day-to-day performance." Dell has been successful in the desktop all-in-one market before, and they keep up that tradition even in the iconoclastic XPS 18.
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