Where did this come from? A swiveling tablet which never came on the news? Today, Dell Inc., unveiled its first ever unique tablet computer with a swiveling screen that transforms into a laptop. Named, Dell Inspiron Duo, is the first convertible netbook and tablet PC with the screen that flips. The device was showcased during the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
On its first look, the gadget delivers the first look of a laptop revealed a 10-inch screen with a smart keyboard. Upon rotating the 10-inch screen and closing the top of the netbook it becomes a touch-screen tablet. The Dell Inspiron Duo is powered by a Dual Core Intel Atom N 550 processor and upto 2 GB of DDR3 memory. The branded tablet comes packed with Windows 7.
The swiveling tablet will go on sale later this year, while no price has been specified.
Dave Zavelson, Marketing Executive Dell, speaking at the conference:
There are times that you have to do work. Tablets are great for entertainment, but they aren’t exactly conducive to productivity
Dell has aimed to market the Inspiron Duo as a consumer device capable of delivering for both, entertainment as well as a productivity tablet. Running under the Windows 7 Home Premium, the tablet can support a wide variety of popular Microsoft Applications.