The "tablet" has a fan, it's a heavy-duty blower, but it's very tiny. It spins up when there is a heavy load on the PC, and keeps the unit from overheating.
The unit is sealed to some extent, so Dell has done their own thermal testing to ensure the device will work under the most dangerous conditions.
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