Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Is it a Netbook? Is it a Tablet? No... it's the Dell Inspiron Duo 1090!

The Tablet PC industry has been made famous by the likes of the iPad and the Samsung Galaxy, even though tablet PC's have actually been around for many years.

It takes something truly unique then, to grab the attention of the IT community, especially since the iPad 2 was launched just last week... so that is exactly what Dell has done - check out the Dell Inspiron Duo 1090:


The final product is a mix between a conventional Netbook, and a Tablet PC.
Running Windows 7 Home Premium (32 Bit), and powered by an Intel Atom Dual Core N550 CPU with 2GB RAM, this little hybrid has received rave reviews all over the net.

When you are done using it as a Tablet PC, open up the keyboard, flip the screen around using the nifty mechanism that Dell have conceived, and watch those jaws drop faster than Apple can release the next iteration of the iPad... ;)

Check out the full specs:

10" Wide HD LED (1366 x 768) with multi-touch technology
Intel Atom Dual Core CPU N500 (1.5GHz)
320GB Hard Drive
Windows 7 Home Premium (32 Bit)
Wifi
Bluetooth
1.3MP Webcam
Stereo Speakers
4 Cell Battery (non-removable)

Fancy one of these nifty gadgets? I know I do... :)
Get yours now for only R 6250 - drop me a mail if you want to place an order (currently in stock, but moving fast).

You can also place an order over on our contact page. :)

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  1. Thanks for sharing such kind of nice collection......again, beautiful :) I love reading your posts. They make me cheer up .
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