PCWorld's March Digital Edition reviews Dell's XPS 13. Finally, a MacBook Air killer.

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In the March issue

In our March edition, we review Dell's XPS 13. Does it have the MacBook Air beat? We also examine Satya Nadella's first year as CEO of a reimagined Microsoft.

Also in the March Digital Edition:

•  Office Online vs. Office 365: What's free, what's not and what you really need. 

•  Chromecast: 10 must-have apps for streaming digital movies, video and music. 

•  Consumer Watch: 10 alternative carriers that can save you serious cash.

Multimedia highlights

• Take a peek at HP Sprout, an imaging powerhouse built into a touch-friendly PC. 

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