We recently reviewed the Dell Latitude 10, but Dell also has the XPS 10. It's a Windows tablet that's aimed more at consumers than the Latitude 10, and instead of Windows 8 it runs on Windows RT.
We've covered Windows RT a few times now. It looks the same as Windows 8, but on the desktop you can only run the standard Windows software and the included Office 2013: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. You're not able to install other Windows software, except for apps from the Windows Store which you can add to the start screen. The Windows Store still doesn't have enough apps to address the lack of traditional Windows applications.
The XPS 10 is a very nice tablet. Especially when you connect the keyboard dock, it looks identical to the larger XPS 12, XPS 13 or XPS 15, but in a mini version. The soft touch finish does give it a professional feel, and the rubber is a nice change of pace compared to the typical aluminium or plastic tablets out there.