Sunday, November 7, 2010

Dell hybrid tablet Duo to hit the market soon.

Almost two months ago in September at the Intel Developer Forum, Dell unveiled to the world the amazing and powerful hybrid tablet device called The Dell Inspiron Duo. This Hybrid Tablet can turn into a net-book and back into a tablet with a mechanical flip of the screen. Dell has been coming up with its hybrid devices very often now considering their last offering was the Dell Streak which became fairly popular.

The Dell Inspiron Duo is a fairly great device considering the fact that the all the new tablets available in the market only feature touch screen and a lot of business crowd is still not comfortable with touch alone. The keyboard is great for typing and business productivity.

The Specs/Specification of the devices are quite strong as well, Dell Inspiron DUO is powered by a 1.5 GHz Intel Atom N550 dual core processor which is quite energy efficient, Runs on Windows 7 OS, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, 1GB οr 2GB οf DDR3 RAM support and a 10-inch display screen with full HD video support. Inspiron Duo also offers a JBL docking station for tablet mode in case you want to watch a movie or listen to your favorite music which is just amazing for a tablet.
This tablet tries the bridge the gap between  low power netbooks and the new tablet era which are more closer to mobile phones/smartphones. 

The great thing about the Device is the fact that it runs on the Windows 7 Pemium OS, this gives the user access to a lot of productive and popular already in use business applications which is not the case in a lot of newer tablet devices like the Apple iPad and the upcoming Blackberry PlayBook.

The real reason why Dell Insprion Hybrid Duo is back in the news is that the there is a new Ad video on the Dell channel on Youtube which say Coming Soon which bring it closer to an official launch in the market.
This Dell Hybrid tablet is a great product and offers a lot more than already available products in the market. This is definitely going to give existing tablet competitors a run for money.

Finally if you plan on buying a tablet its better to wait for a bit rather than investing on a device which offers less in terms of productivity. The tablet market is in quite an unstable state.

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