Dell Inspiron Duo is a convertible tablet, therefore able to play both the traditional functions of a digital pad is that of a netbook. In fact, thanks to a special mechanism of rotation of the display, touch screen panel can be turned around on the keyboard. Based on an Intel Atom N550 dual core clocked at 1.5GHz, this device uses a controller integrated Intel GMA 3150 + Broadcom Crystal HD (optional) to play HD video and is equipped with 2GB of RAM.
The hard drive is 2.5 inch and has a capacity of 250GB or 320GB as required and works at 5,400 rpm. Dell Inspiron Duo uses a 10.1 inch screen capable of displaying images at a resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels. It is a model LED-backlit glossy capacitive touchscreen. In addition to the LAN card, this convertible tablet offers a 802.11b / g WiFi module for connecting to wireless networks.
Other features include, 2 USB 2.0 ports, audio jacks, HD audio, 2 1.5 W stereo speakers, microphone, 1.3 megapixel webcam and a 4-cell battery 29Wh integrated. The operating system is Windows 7 Home Premium. According to first impressions, this device features an attractive design and elegant in spite of the weight is not particularly low. One of the limitations of this device, like the rest of the models based on Atom processor, and responsiveness, especially during rotation of the display.
For the rest, we can say that Inspiron Duo is a decent netbook tablet and a sufficiently versatile, useful in many situations and fun to use. We take this opportunity to show you a preview of our video shot at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas. Please note that Dell, a few days ago, has added to its online store also four Dell Inspiron Duo model with a starting price of 499 € (around Rs. 31,115/-) up to model best equipped at a cost of 579 € (around Rs. 36,103/-).