The XPS 10 tablet is one of the most talked about Dell slates of the past months, because it’s a product with pretty good quality. The device just got a 4G LTE AT&T version, one with mobile broadband for US customers, available on


The product’s aim is “on the go content creation and consumption” and the slate is supposed to offer “laptop like productivity”. The tablet has stereo speakers and it comes with an optional mobile keyboard dock, that extends the battery life to an impressive 18 hours on a single charge. The device is powered by Windows RT and inside we’ve got a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU, as well as a preinstalled Qualcomm Gobi modem.

The XPS 10 will benefit of 60,000+ dedicated apps and games and Office 2013, plus deep SkyDrive integration. The tablet goes for $599.99 in the 4G LTE 64 GB version, which is not that expensive, believe me. You can also pay $749.99 for it, with the keyboard dock at AT&T also offers some rate plans for the 4G LTE service that include prepaid options, mobile share and monthly data plans.