The Dell XPS 18 is either an all-in-one desktop computer with a touchscreen display, or an enormous table that you can prop up with a kickstand to use like a desktop. Either way, it’s a computer with an 18.4 inch, 1080p touchscreen display and a 5 hour battery.

It’s now available for pre-order from Dell for $900 and up.

Dell XPS 18

The entry-lvel price gets you a model with an Intel Pentium 2117U processor,Intel HD 4000 graphics,  4GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a Dell wireless keyboard.

There’s also a $1000 model with a Core i3 Ivy Bridge processor and 500GB hard drive, or a $1350 version with a Core i5 chip, 8GB of RAM, and a 32GB solid state drive paired with a 500GB hard drive.

All three models run Windows 8 64-bit software.

Weighing nearly 5 pounds, this tablet weighs many laptop computers — so I wouldn’t really expect to take it out to the coffee shop to read a book. But it joins a growing number of desktop PCs that you can pick up and carry around the house for use in a different room without turning the device off.

Asus and Sony have similar offerings, but the Dell XPS 18 is the cheapest of the bunch.

thanks Tom!

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2 replies on “Dell XPS 18 goes up for pre-order (all-in-one desktop PC/tablet)”

  1. With it being an all-in-one, it would take up a lot less space on my desk plus it looks cool. I wish I had something like that at work. At that price, I doubt they would go for it. 🙁

  2. I wonder if both ASUS and Dell use the same display panel. There can’t be too many manufacturers making 18.4″ 1080p touchscreens. (SONY’s is 20″)

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