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    Dell's new XPS 15 (9575) merges a convertible with its juggernaut 15-inch laptop for the first time. Here is what works, and what doesn't.

    For the last couple of years, few laptops have caught as much attention as Dell's flagship XPS 15. The juggernaut 15.6-inch laptop is one of the ultimate all-around Windows 10 PCs that balanced good battery life, ports, with sheer power.
    But there was one problem. While the XPS 15 had a touch screen, it lacked pen support, let alone the ability to act as a tablet.
    That changes in 2018 with the all-new XPS 15 2-in-1 (9575). While the familiar XPS 15 (9570) remains, the new 9575 is for those who want the best of all worlds. Today we'll tell you if there are any severe compromises to this first-gen product from Dell.

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    05-28-2018 12:10 PM

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