Technology Innovation nevers stops.......sky is no longer a limit for IT Gadget developers like DELL. There new Inspiron Duo, a 10" tablet that opens up and twirls its screen to transform itself into a netbook is just amazing.
The Inspiron Duo looks like your regular netbook from afar. It's got a shiny lid -- it'll be available in that "Marlin" blue color as well as in "foggy night" black and "fastback" red -- and its plastic edges house the typical ports, including two USB ports and one audio jack. Under the lid it's got a nice feeling chiclet keyboard that looks quite similar to the one on the Dell Inspiron M101z and a decently sized touchpad with two dedicated mouse buttons ofcourse with 1366x768-resolution.
According to engadgets "The touchscreen itself was quite responsive to light taps, but more interesting is that it automatically launches Dell's Duo Stage UI layer once in slate mode. The interface, which packs a lot of the same social networking features as the one on the Streak, is finger-friendly and provides access to Dell's MusicStage, VideoStage, PhotoStage, and BookStage applications.
It's not going to make navigating Windows 7 easier per se, but it does provide an alternative area for media consumption activities."
Below are summary reason why you should get DELL Inspiron Duo:-
- The innovative flip design lets you switch from touch to type in seconds.
- Listen to music, use as an alarm clock or view your photos with the Inspiron duo Audio Station2.
- Read books3, watch movies and play games on the 10-inch high-definition (HD) display.
Dell expect to start shipping this month at only $549.99.