Dell XPS 18
The Dell XPS 18 is taking a stab by mixing all-in-one desktop computing with around-the-house portability for tablet-like use. The XPS 18 features an 18.4-inch Full HD touch screen. It also packs a dual-core Intel Pentium 2117U CPU, 4GB of RAM and a 320GB HDD paired with a 32GB mSATA SSD, two USB 3.0 ports, a single USB 2.0 port, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 720p front-facing camera, and a multi-memory card reader.
Combines an all-in-one PC with a lightweight 18-inch tablet.
Extremely thin for an all-in-one.
Long battery life.
Great for multiplayer games.
Expensive for a relatively small screen.
Mediocre external keyboard.
By Maximum PC on November 06, 2013
On paper, the Dell XPS 18 all-in-one/tablet hybrid shouldn't work, with its massive 18.4-inch screen potentially destroying any possibility of portability. And yet, it works well.The XPS 18's large body is surprisingly light, thin, and...80
By Expert Reviews on November 01, 2013
This all-in-one PC looks great, packs in a lot of power and it even has a battery, so you can use it wherever you...80
By DigitalVersus on July 12, 2013
The Dell XPS 18 is more fun, more powerful and more lightweight (and more expensive) than the competing Sony Vaio Tap 20. It offers good handling and enough computing power to handle any task except serious gaming. All it's missing is a more...80
By PC Advisor on July 02, 2013
Sony got there first with the Tap 20 , but Dell's XPS 18 is a welcome addition to this interesting new category of semi-portable mega- tablets . See Group test: what's the best all-in-one PC? The XPS 18 all-in-one PC is a little smaller than...70
By HardwareHeaven on June 29, 2013
with some thoughts on the build quality of the product at hand and overall the XPS 18 is an impressive device. It feels very solid in the hand and the finish across both the front and back is flawless. The screen has great viewing angles and in terms...90
By SlashGear on June 22, 2013
The most massive “tablet” you’ll ever use – if you don’t count the Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27 – is sitting on SlashGear’s review bench this week: the Dell XPS 18. The reason we’d call it a...-
By HotHardware on June 06, 2013
The Dell XPS 18 Portable All-In-One didn't shatter any benchmark records or leave us with performance whiplash, but then again, AIO systems rarely do. Compared to most other AIO rigs we've reviewed, the XPS 18 had enough vigor to not only keep...-
By Digital Trends on June 05, 2013
Manufacturers are currently experimenting with many hybrid designs. Some are based on laptops, others take inspiration from all-in-ones, and all of them are testing uncharted waters. Consumers seem to want a do-it-all device, but actually delivering it...50
By NotebookCheck on June 02, 2013
The Dell XPS 18 convinces us. Dell presents a conclusive and working concept with the XPS 18 . The big tablet meets the requirements of an All-in-One PC. Contrary to the Sony Vaio Tap 20 the XPS 18 can still be called a tablet; it is not even half the...87
By Computer Shopper on May 31, 2013
This compact, thin, and light all-in-one PC doubles as a tabletop Windows 8 tablet with a highly responsive and gorgeous screen. The 18.4-inch display is small for an AIO desktop, but just the right size for its double-duty functionality....80