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The Dell XPS 11 is a 2-in-1 ultrabook with a high-resolution display, a reasonably fast processor, and an awful keyboard. In fact, the keyboard is so bad that it’s probably best to think of this machine not as a convertible notebook, but as a tablet that happens to have a keyboard you can use for short bursts of typing.

When I reviewed the computer last year, I figured that hard to recommend the Dell XPS 11 for the asking price of $1000 and up. But right now you can pick one up for half that price… which could make the XPS 11 an interesting alternative to other affordable tablets.

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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2 replies on “Deals of the Day (2-25-2015)”

  1. Based on specs only, that Dell XPS 11 is a great value. There aren’t many 2-in-1s out there with 4gb RAM, and a 128gb SSD in that price range.

    That i5-4210y isn’t the most powerful CPU out there, but at least it’s not a Baytrail.

    I’m interested in getting a 2-in-1 or an ultrabook, but I think I’m going to wait to see what the Core M brings to the $500-700 price range.

  2. If the keyboard sucks I’d have a hard time justifying it at any price.

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