Dell has introduced a new "all-in-one" product: The XPS 18, a tablet that can be used as a standalone device or in a traditional desktop-style configuration with a keyboard and mouse. The touch display is 18.4 inches and features full HD. It weighs less than 5 pounds, which the company says is less than half the number of competing AIO offerings.

According to Dell's press release announcing the device, it is "the world's thinnest, lightest, and most portable AIO." The company claims that its battery lasts up to five hours between charges.


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