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Dell Inspiron Duo now up for pre-order

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on November 22nd, 2010

If you are waiting for Dell’s Inspiron Duo, you can now place a pre-order from the Microsoft Store today. The convertible netbook currently retails for $549, but you have the option of paying out another $99 if you want Microsoft’s “Signature Premium” service that includes priority tech support and a theft recovery system.

Then there is always the $49 “Audio Station” dock option as well. Shipping should start the first week of December so this should make a great gift for under the tree.

Dell’s Inspiron Duo tablet netbook gets official, ships December

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on November 18th, 2010

Today Dell Dell made the Inspiron Duo official. It’s their first tablet netbook and a clear attempt at a more direct Windows alternative to the iPad. The 10-inch display revolves vertically and turns the Duo into either a multi-touch slate or a touch-aware netbook. A custom layer on top of Windows 7 gives users access to media, the web and an e-reading app.

Some specs include a 1.5GHz dual-core Atom, 2GB of RAM and a Broadcom Crystal HD accelerator that can drive 1080p video either directly or in Flash. A 250GB drive also comes standard. Users can also turn the Duo into a clock radio and media player with an optional JBL speaker dock that cradles the tablet.

Dell’s Inspiron Duo is a 10″ Netbook/Tablet that swivels

Posted in Dell by Conner Flynn on September 14th, 2010

The folks at Dell are crazy, throwing all kinds of ideas out there and seeing what sticks. Dell’s new Inspiron Duo is a 10″ tablet that opens up and swivels its screen to transform itself into a netbook. But what’s the point? Why swivel when it can just detach? This is just tablet madness.

They’re saying it will be available before the end of the year. Again crazy talk. Dell may actually be innovating something here. Dell showed off this Windows 7 Premium running and dual-core Atom N550 processor packing thing at the second day keynote of Intel’s IDF conference.