Hands on: Dell's superb XPS 13 laptop twists into a 2-in-1 convertible

Dell has just improved its already brilliant XPS 13—it will now be available as a 2-in-1, which means the device has the versatility to be a laptop or a tablet.

I had the chance to play around with the device prior to CES. It has a clever design and wowed me with its sleek design and edge-to-edge screen, but it won’t come cheap.

The starting price of the XPS 13 2-in-1 is $999, and it’ll start shipping this month. That’s about $200 more than the starting price of the XPS laptop. You are paying more for the versatility of the XPS 13 2-in-1.

On the outside, the XPS 13 2-in-1 looks like the XPS 13 laptop, but Dell has changed the hinge connecting the keyboard base and screen. The screen can be rotated 360 degrees to turn the device into a tablet.

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Samsung drops Galaxy A 2017 with pimped-up waterproofing and 16MP cameras


Samsung might still be doing damage control following the cataclysmic discontinuation of its flagship Galaxy Note 7 device, but this isn’t stopping the company from releasing new phones. Today, the manufacturer unveiled its revamped Galaxy A lineup, featuring significant improvements in both design and performance. The series will arrive in three different models, including the smaller-sized 4.7-inch A3, the standard 5.2-inch A5 and the larger 5.7-inch A7. Among other things, the brushed up phones will feature USB-C connectivity, enhanced IP68 water resistance, as well as supercharged 16MP front and rear cameras. Much like the Galaxy S7, the IP68 waterproofing certification guarantees that…

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New leaks reveal just how powerful the Galaxy S8 is going to be

Galaxy S8 vs. Galaxy S7

The Galaxy S8 should be powered by two different processors this year, which is something Samsung has done with nearly all of its high-end smartphones to date. The chips should perform similarly, as Samsung is looking to offer a similar experience for consumers, regardless of internal components. Now, a new report sheds light on the capabilities of one of these mobile processors.

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