Dell updates XPS 10 tablet with an AT&T 4G LTE option to stay connected on the go

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Dell updates XPS 10 tablet with an AT&T 4G LTE option to stay connected on the go

The XPS 10 tablet was designed with mobile professionals in mind, and delivers both work productivity and a great entertainment experience in one tablet. Today, we’re introducing an AT&T 4G LTE mobile broadband version for US customers on Dell.com, providing professionals with the same fast, reliable, high-speed internet connection as on their smartphones for connectivity anytime, anywhere.

Designed for on-the-go content creation and consumption for either work or play, the XPS 10 delivers laptop-like productivity in a sleek tablet so users can switch from work to their personal entertainment options. Take a look at my earlier blog post about the Wi-Fi only version of the XPS 10 for more insight. The tablet’s multi-touch display with split screen capability is ideal for multitasking, while an optional mobile keyboard dock features a full-sized keyboard, touchpad, ports, stereo speakers and an extra battery, extending the run time to up to 18 hours with a single charge.

Powered by the efficient Microsoft Windows RT and Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core ARM architecture, the enhanced XPS 10 with LTE provides maximum productivity and collaboration. Pre-installed Qualcomm Gobi modems access the LTE network, delivering speeds that are up to 10x faster than 3G, enabling file downloads within seconds. AT&T’s LTE network is easy to activate on the XPS 10 using the AT&T AllAccess app. Just select the data plan option that works for you and stay connected anywhere you get a signal on AT&T’s wireless network.

XPS 10 Windows RT tablet with 4G LTE

The XPS 10 with AT&T 4G LTE option gives customers a rich Windows RT experience with consistent connectivity to take advantage of the always-updated, always-on features of the OS, such as dynamic Live Tiles and location awareness. Windows RT now has 60,000+ dedicated apps and growing, with broad device and peripheral support and Flash compatibility. The XPS 10 comes with Office 2013 RT pre-loaded and ready to go. Personally, I love being able to use One Note and other Office 2013 applications to share work files seamlessly between my Windows 8 desktop and the XPS 10. The tight SkyDrive integration is great. Plus, automatic device encryption and SecureBoot means data is secure.

The XPS 10 tablet with 64GB of storage and 4G LTE starts at $599.99; $749.99 with the keyboard dock at Dell.com. To order the XPS 10 with LTE, go to the XPS 10 configurator page, click on one of the Customize and Buy green buttons, and you’ll see the 64GB + AT&T 4G LTE option in the Processor & Storage section. You can click on the image below. 

XPS 10 with 64GB and 4G LTE om Dell

AT&T offers a number of rate plans for its 4G LTE service including the following:

  • Mobile Share (no commitment): add tablet for $10/month
  • Monthly data plans (e.g. $30/month)
  • Prepaid

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  • This is of some significance, but when are we going to get a version of Windows RT that is useful?  The inability to add commonly-used Win7/8-compatible products like FireFox or a decent email client are holding RT back severely against Android.  Even a compatible Ubuntu Linux would be welcome.

  • Thanks for the comment. Understand where you're coming from.

    While Windows RT is limited to Windows 8 apps, that's why we offer a tablet like the Latitude 10 that runs Windows 8 Pro. It's a tablet that supports and runs traditional apps that you are used to running on a typical PC.

  • This is of some significance, but when are we going to get a version of Windows RT that is useful?  The inability to add commonly-used Win7/8-compatible products like FireFox or a decent email client are holding RT back severely against Android.  Even a compatible Ubuntu Linux would be welcome.

  • Thanks for the comment. Understand where you're coming from.

    While Windows RT is limited to Windows 8 apps, that's why we offer a tablet like the Latitude 10 that runs Windows 8 Pro. It's a tablet that supports and runs traditional apps that you are used to running on a typical PC.