March 07, 2013Jason Woodmansee
PCMag.com announced their first Editors’ Choice award for Windows RT tablets, and the winner is… the Dell XPS 10, featuring a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ S4 Plus Processor. Thanks to Microsoft’s new, battery-efficient operating system and the efficiency of the Snapdragon processors, PC Mag.com says "the XPS 10 lasts a staggering 11 hours and 34 minutes alone, and tops 20-and-a-half hours when connected to its fully charged keyboard dock. This is a phenomenal amount of battery life."
Dell’s Tech Page One blog talks about how the XPS 10 was designed with long battery life and impressive computing power in mind, so you get the best of both tablet and notebook worlds — lightweight portability, and the efficiency and scalability of a laptop for home and office use. "Part of the device’s magic comes from Snapdragon, which designed a chip that packs a heavyweight uppercut: a CPU, graphics chip, audio capabilities, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth all in one. This is what keeps the unit light and powerful."
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