Dell Inspiron Duo review – Convertible Touchscreen Netbook
Dell Inspiron Duo review
I really like innovation and I really love something like Dell Inspiron Duo. A convertible back flip touchscreen netbook. It’s just like having a tablet and a netbook at the same time. Duo screen flips 180 degrees vertically unlike traditional convertible tablets, which have screens that rotate 180 degrees horizontally. When the screen is flipped over and the lid closed, the system launches a touch-friendly interface for interacting with photos, videos, and music.
Dell Inspiron Duo Specifications
Dell Inspiron Duo is powered by Atom N550 processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory, and either a 250GB (5,400 RPM) or 320GB (7,200 RPM) hard drive. The 10.1in HD screen offers capacitive multitouch operation and shows a full 1,366 x 768 pixels. 1.3MP webcam and a pair of USB ports. You’ll need to pay $550, plus another $100 for the JBL speaker dock.
You might also want to see this Dell Inspiron Duo Tablet Demo.
Here is Dell Inspiron Duo Windows 7 Driver Download, in case you need it.
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