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Dell XPS M2010

alaTest has collected and analyzed 124 reviews of Dell XPS M2010. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the usability and size. The performance and screen also get good feedback, whereas many are critical about the durability and price. There are mixed comments on the energy efficiency and reliability.

design, screen, performance, size, usability

portability, price, durability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Dell XPS M2010 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by (stuff.tv)

Dell XPS M2010 review

 

Dell's genre-smashing half desktop, half laptop is like no other PC we've seen. Is it overpriced overkill or the perfect all-rounder?

It may be a bit of an oddball, but the luggable M2010 is nevertheless a powerful head turner

Sep, 2007

Expert review by (pcplus.co.uk)

Dell M2010

 

Now and again there are systems that come along that make you rethink what a PC is. There was a spate of such machines five years ago that challenged the notion of the desktop PC, but lacked the performance...

Design is a breath of fresh air

Quite expensive for what it is

Challenges the notion of desktop and notebook with something refreshingly new

Dec, 2006

Expert review by : Stephen Patrick (pocket-lint.com)

Dell XPS M2010

 

When you think of innovation, Dell isn't the first company you're likely to think of. After all, it's built its business on being aggressive in established markets rather than exploring new ones. Is there any bad news involved here? Well, you'll find...

That screen, powerful spec

Pricey, large, not portable

Is there any bad news involved here? Well, you’ll find that the asking price for this piece of innovation is £2299 (inc. VAT).

Sep, 2006

Expert review by : tech.co.uk staff (techradar.com)

Dell XPS M2010 review

 

An entertainment laptop with a whopping 20-inch screen

Huge, independently tilting display ; Good 3D graphics performance ; Excellent specification ; High-quality build

Extremely heavy ; Prohibitive price

A unique and high-quality approach to mobile entertainment, but your lap may need reinforcing to support this laptop

May, 2007

Expert review by : PC Plus (techradar.com)

Dell M2010 review

 

A unique design that has plenty of power too

Design is a breath of fresh air

Quite expensive for what it is

Challenges the notion of desktop and notebook with something refreshingly new

Dec, 2006

Expert review by (itreviews.co.uk)

Dell - XPS M2010

 

Concept cars... you've seen them grace the catwalks of Geneva, Milan and Detroit, all subtle curves and power, never to be seen on any road. Until, that is, some high-powered executive decides "Well, why not? Let's ...

This is something totally left-field from Dell, and it's a conversation-stopper. Don't think of it as a desktop or laptop, more as a very capable portable or space-saving PC (perhaps it's the first in a new generation of 'luggable' computers?). One...

Sep, 2006

Expert review by : Thomas Ricker (engadget.com)

Dell XPS M2010 reviewed

 

CNET's staff just strapped on their bionic suits and hoisted Dell's 20-pound XPS M2010 into the lab for a full, hands-on review. Calling this desktop/laptop hybrid a "striking feat of engineering" (that's a compliment, we think), the reviewer fawns...

Jun, 2006

Expert review by : Terrence Russell (wired.com)

Review: Dell XPS M2010 “The Showstopper” Notebook PC

 

It's no secret that we like our beer cold and our gadgets small. So a desktop/notebook hybrid called “The Showstopper” had us worried. The result...

Polished, modern looking chassis. Surprisingly quiet operation. Touch-sensitive media controls. Huge 240GB of hard drive offers plenty of room. Integrated 8-speaker sound with subwoofer. Display hinge doubles as handle when closed

Way overpriced given its specs. Extremely heavy at 18.3lbs. No next-gen optical options. Very slow keyboard boot-up. Extra audio ports only accessible through included dongle. Optical drive is slow to eject discs. TV tuner isn’t built in. Bulky power...

Mar, 2007

Expert review by : Terrence Russell (wired.com)

Dell XPS M2010 "The Showstopper" Notebook PC

 

It's no secret that we like our beer cold and our gadgets small. So a desktop/notebook hybrid called The Showstopper had us worried. The result was better

Polished, modern looking chassis. Surprisingly quiet operation. Touch-sensitive media controls. Huge 240GB of hard drive offers plenty of room. Integrated 8-speaker sound with subwoofer. Display hinge doubles as handle when closed

Way overpriced given its specs. Extremely heavy at 18.3lbs. No next-gen optical options. Very slow keyboard boot-up. Extra audio ports only accessible through included dongle. Optical drive is slow to eject discs. TV tuner isn't built in. Bulky power...

Mar, 2007

Expert review by : Cisco Cheng (pcmag.com)

Dell XPS M2010

 

This ambitious laptop/desktop product from Dell aims to show off that they, too, can think outside the box.

Beautiful 20.1-inch widescreen. Excellent sound quality. Impressive design and engineering. Versatile RF remote.

18 pounds of hardware. Extremely pricey. External tuner costs extra.

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Jun, 2006