Convertible netbook/tablet by Dell
The unveilment of the new DELL 10-inch convertible netbook with an unusual swivel mechanism. Rather than mounting the entire display with a horizontally rotating hinge, the screen flips vertically inside the bezel. Once the panel is facing the opposite direction, the netbook/tablet can be closed, and presto, you have a touchscreen tablet with a hardware keyboard stashed under the hood.
The Inspiron Duo incorporates a dual-core Intel Atom N550 processor, with Windows 7 Home Premium aim to launched sometime later this year.
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09-15-2010 02:39 AM
And it will only cost you $1000 dollars! High Five!
i didnt see anything about android os in the post is this going to be able to dual boot or something?
Further research with my sources at Dell show this to only be a WIN OS device. It might be possible to port to Android x86, but no plans at this time
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ok just checking because im curious of the placing of this post sense it doesnt have anything to do with android
Missed design opportunity, really
It would have been much more practical to make the reversible screen fully detachable, so that the keyboard/frame/ports could be used to convert the unit to a netbook.