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Dell XPS 10 XPS10-2727BLK 10.1-Inch 32GB Tablet

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32 GB
  • Windows 8 RT, 10.1 inches Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.5 GHz
  • 32 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
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Technical Details

Size: 32 GB
  • Processor: 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4
  • Number of Processors: 1
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • RAM Type: Unknown
  • Hard Drive: 0 GB Unknown
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Product Details

Size Name: 32 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 9.8 x 2.9 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: XPS10-2727BLK
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #61,390 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 26, 2012

Product Description

Size: 32 GB

Product Description

Play hard and work smarter with the XPS 10 featuring Windows RT. Includes Office and apps from the Windows Store making it an ideal tablet for work and home. Optional mobile keyboard dock with additional battery gives you all-day productivity.


Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Introducing the 10.1" XPS™ 10 multi–touch tablet with Windows RT.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Explore new dimensions with touch.
Now you can swipe and tap to interact with your favorite apps and games. The 10.1" multi–touch display is designed to maximize your Windows® 8 experience.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Designed with you in mind.
The XPS™ 10 tablet is light, slender and crafted with resilient materials so it’s ready to go wherever you go.

Featuring Office Home & Student 2013 RT.

Experience Windows® RT on the XPS 10 with apps for work and play. Get familiar with Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2013 RT and see how your favorite productivity suite has been optimized for touch.

Dock and do more.

When you connect your XPS 10 tablet to the optional Mobile Keyboard Dock, you get an additional built–in battery, full keyboard and touchpad capabilities and USB and HDMI ports.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

Audio–visual excellence to go.
Get the most from your Skype calls, movies, music and games with the XPS™ 10 tablet’s front and rear cameras, HD display and enhanced audio features.

Portable power and speed.

Multitask, watch movies and boot up in seconds with a dual–core Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor and eMMC storage.

Designed to work wherever you are.

XPS 10 comes installed with drivers for most printers, mice and monitors, so it’s ready to work in almost any environment. Plus, its built–in security features ensure your system, files and personal information stay safe wherever you connect.

Dell XPS 10 Tablet: Play hard, work smarter.

XPS 10 (XPS10-2727BLK)
at a glance...
  • Processor: Dell XPS 10 Tablet with Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S3 1.5GHz DC processor and 32GB Flash Storage
  • Display: 10.1" High Definition (1366x768) IPS with Gorilla Glass
  • Operating system: Windows RT [Win 8 edition for ARM]
  • Memory (RAM): 2GB LP-DDR2
  • Storage (hard drive): 32GB eMMc
  • Optical drive: No Optical Drive
  • Audio: Stereo Speakers
  • Preinstalled software: Microsoft® Defender (included with Win 8 OS), Microsoft® Office Home & Student 2013 RT

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Customer Reviews

It looks like you can still buy just the tablet here.
music fan
The advertized 20 hours of battery life are not good if it means you have to use it 20 hours straight, or have to shut it down every time you put it down.
I don't find Windows 8 as intuitive as the apple or the android but as I get used to it I find myself liking it.
Peter B Schuyler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

104 of 112 people found the following review helpful By ST on February 7, 2013
Size Name: 32 GB
I recently purchased this tablet to take on my business trips for entertainment and the occasional web search at home while seating on the couch.

The poor:
* I bought the 32 GB but just out of the box availability - 15.4 GB, after initial Windows updates - 14 GB available. **************** I wanted to update my post since I have updated my tablet to 8.1, The new O/S update has given me back a lot of my C: drive space. If you have this tablet or any tablet with the W8 RT, I'd recommend getting the free 8.1 OS. It has given me an extra 9 GB of free space.***************
* Unable to hook Tablet to my PC to transfer data - not a big thing since you can use the micro SD to transfer data, just and extra step.
* Need to have a Microsoft acct to download Apps to your Tablet
* You can't install just any software on your tablet, I guess the RT O/S is very new and not that many options out there. I tried to install my Shared home printer(Brother MFC) and that could not be done. Also tried some work apps, no go!

The Good:
* Great screen, very clear and works well with the touch aspect(first time using something like this).
* Pretty intuitive, there are some options that I'm just getting use to, but as I start playing around, I'm noticing there are shortcuts to moving around. A more advanced users would have no problem figuring things out.
* Plays all my mp3 music and mp4 videos, very nice sound system for a tablet.

All in all, not a bad little unit. I did not want to buy an Ipad because I did not want to have to sync everything through Itunes, hate that. So this will meet my needs and the battery life seems to be fine for my nominal usage.
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132 of 144 people found the following review helpful By M. Anaximenes on November 26, 2012
Size Name: 32 GB
Owing to my occupation, I was afforded the opportunity to test drive this tablet pre-release, and pit it against a similarly sized Asus offering and two other competitors in an effort to determine which of the four best suits our needs.

Overall, the Asus VivoTab was my selection as I found that it outperformed the competition in the areas critical to our business need, however the Dell XPS stacks up fairly well and deserves an honorable mention as the runner up. While Dell Tablets aren't generally viewed as the top of the heap these days, they have produced a viable, quality and well built offering in the XPS 10. Prior to this one, my last experience with a Dell tab was with the Streak, an android powered device which I found unremarkable. I am happy to say that the overall build and design of the XPS is a dramatic improvement and offers far greater durability, battery life and screen responsiveness.

*The dual-core SnapDragon processor, much to my surprise, performed nearly as well as the Tegra found in the Asus VivoTab, which speaks volumes for the work Dell put into this device. I experienced no lag time whatsoever when fast switching from app to app and task to task, which in itself is a selling point to me.

*The gorilla glass screen is, as advertised, remarkably strong, as I found out after having dropped the device which landed face down. If you are a bit of a clutz, I always recommend opting for a device with gorilla glass, as it can save you from a bothersome scratch or scuff which, even if it wont affect functionality, can aggravate the heck out of you for having marred an otherwise flawless device.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Chad Hensley on June 4, 2013
Size Name: 64 GB
I bought the XPS 10 to replace an Asus netbook as my travel laptop. I researched the device extensively to be familiar with the limitations of Windows RT. Also, I should disclose that I bought the device from the Dell Outlet with a keyboard for $340, so that is a significant discount over what we it is available for in most locations.

XPS 10 - Performance is good with Windows RT. Everything works well. Performance is much better than the old Atom netbooks and even the one I had before this one that had an AMD-C50 and 4GB of RAM. There have been a number of system updates and it seems they have fixed a few buggy behaviors that existed out of the box. Battery life is very good, excellent with the keyboard dock. I unplug in the morning, use it all day and still have life left at the end of the day. Screen quality is much better than a netbook. Wireless performance is good, better than other portable devices we have in our home and office including iPads. The keyboard is much better than a netbook keyboard, but the touchpad is sensitive and doesn't have palm rejection. Media playback is a strength, with strong video playback performance and good speakers for a device this size. The keyboard dock has one strange limitation. The tablet drains it's battery all the way before it starts using the battery in the keyboard dock, so you cannot undock the tablet when the battery is drained without it immediately shutting down, even though you can use it for many more hours if it stays docked. This was an engineering choice by Dell, as electricity can only flow from the dock to the tablet and not vice versa and the dock would be unusable if it's battery drained first.
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