Dell is no longer selling its Windows RT-based XPS 10 tablet on its website, which makes Microsoft the only company selling a Windows RT hardware product for now.
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Dell VP Sam Burd said that the company has only sold 'hundreds of thousands' of its two Windows 8/RT tablets. Meanwhile, Dell is thinking about entering the wearable computing space.
Dell has cut the price of its 32 GB version of its XPS 10 tablet, running on Windows RT, down to $299.99, a reduction of $150 from its previous price level of $449.99.
Dell has now added an LTE wireless option to the 64 GB version of the Windows RT-based Dell XPS 10 tablet that will allow it to connect to AT&T's network for an extra $100, plus monthly fees.
A Dell executive says in a new interview that demand for Windows RT devices is still slow but that the PC maker is committed to launching future Windows RT-based products.
Dell will refresh its current lineup of Windows 8 PCs later this year and those new PCs might include tablets that will be larger than the current 10.1 inch products like the Latitude 10.
We got a chance to quickly check out some of Dell's upcoming Windows 8 and Windows RT PCs, including the slick looking XPS 12 hybrid, at a press event earlier today.
Dell joins the unveiling party, officially announcing the XPS Duo 12 swiveling Windows 8 tablet-notebook and the XPS 10 Windows RT tablet with keyboard dock, confirming some previous leaks.