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Sep 14, 2010

Dell's Inspiron Duo Is a 10" Netbook/Tablet Transformer

What, pray tell, is this? It's Dell's new Inspiron Duo, a 10" tablet that opens up and twirls its screen to transform itself into a netbook. Craziest of all? They're saying it'll be available before the end of the year.

Dell showed off the crazy little guy, which runs Windows 7 Premium and packs a dual-core Atom N550 processor, at the second day keynote of Intel's IDF conference. There's no word if they've made any concessions to make its version of Windows 7 more tablet friendly, but this Inspiron gets kudos for audacity alone.

49 comments:

vibe said...

it looks useless to me

Skutt said...

intresting good info

Jujubeau said...

If that was a tablet I could do illustrations on, I'd LOOOOOVE ONE.
I like some apple products but their iPad doesn't double as a laptop. So this is actually really cool.

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Fuuuuuuuu said...

This post has piqued my interests

Laughing Vault said...

seems useless, but cool :D

Savage Nugget said...

Looks cool, wish i could afford to test one out. :D

Mantooth said...

That's awesome. If only it wasn't a netbook

lulz88 said...

nice real nice

sars129 said...

The one on the left made me wat.

Jessi D said...

Some of those laptops look sick.

gooblegobble said...

those look cool

Spilii said...

That is sweet

Mutefox said...

Transformers...more than meets the eye. Showing support for my blogging comrades.

Super3011 said...

I wish I could have one, the only draw back is that I would drop it and break it so fast :|

Bearodactyl Rex said...

God, I want one of those things.

Biff Tanner said...

Damn that looks cool, but what's the point?
Cheers

AG said...

wow, never seen something like that before

David said...

It's a Dell after all.

Naj said...

i still don't get the point of getting a netbook. especially those that falls on the same price with laptop.

Michaelangelo said...

Hp has a compute similar to this, except its a laptop, not netbook. They do look pretty awesome though.
anyways,

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Piripi Anxo said...

looks cool!

Katie Greene said...

yet another gadget for my fanboi friends to get techno-boners over

Laryno said...

those are some cool laptops

Shane said...

They tried this years ago. Nobody wanted it.

jerbearxi said...

Looks awesome. WANT!

Red Baron said...

just makes it chunkier ...

KodiakBear said...

Man, that looks like one hell of a transformer.

David said...

Nice!

Trashcanman said...

spit in my mouth

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GamestarrArts said...

A dual flip screen? That's badass. Honestly, I've always wanted a tablet PC/Laptop.. such a nice luxury to have!

Supportin' as always!

Trashcanman said...

spit in my mouth

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MacPCharmony said...

Now this is innovative! I thought that the netbook died, but this is making me think about more possibilities.

Z said...

looks cool but i wonder how much it will cost

ihazasad said...

interesting, but seems like you could easily break it somehow.

thestatue said...

Wow! i want one soooooo bad:(

Allan! said...

This looks brilliant! My god how I wish I had an interactive tablet, or a regular one for that matter.

Silly Old Bum said...

it looks so cool lol but just a net book..meh

MellowCoke said...

Not too bad, I'll stick with my desktop.

F. Tard said...

Nice, I hope some people will stop making steve jobs rich after seeing thid

Kevorkian said...

It looks awesome!

kurina said...

Daily support, like your blog!

applecider said...

its Dell...not such a huge fan of the brand

Barnacle said...

would get one for free but not buy one ^^

Mr. Derp said...

Want!

Swarmster said...

showin my support, please do the same =)

Christo bear said...

cool idea.

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chasityxo said...

i would buy it!

Ericejji said...

Hp has a compute similar to this, except its a laptop, not netbook. They do look pretty awesome though. anyways, followed clicked supported, all that jazz. much love bro.