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Dell Inspiron Duo 10.1 inch Touchscreen Netbook (Intel Atom N550 1.5GHz RAM 2GB, HDD 320GB, WLAN, Webcam, Windows 7 Home Premium) - Red


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  • Easily switch among PC, Tablet and Dock modes with the innovative flip hinge design
  • Easy-to-use user interface switches automatically in each mode
  • Movies, photos, books and games at your fingertips with touch-enabled Dell duo Stage software
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Technical Details
BrandInspiron
Item Weight2.3 Kg
Product Dimensions42.4 x 25.8 x 9.2 cm
Batteries:1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
Item model number1090-9630
ColorRed
Screen Size10.1 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeAtom
Processor Speed1.5 GHz
RAM Size2 GB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Graphics Card DescriptionBroadcom Crystal HD Media Accelerator
Operating SystemWindows 7 Edition Home Premium
Average Battery Life (in hours)4 hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight875 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004VRONQK
Best Sellers Rank 103,882 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 Kg
Date First Available7 April 2011
  
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Quick and easy from Tablet to PC to Dock modes. With 320GB HDD. Sometimes you want to touch. Sometimes you need to type. With the touch-sensitive, Flash-capable Inspiron duo convertible tablet, you can do both in style. You can tell it's Dell.Main Features:The innovative flip design lets you switch from touch to type in secondsListen to music, use as an alarm clock or view your photos with the Inspiron duo Audio StationRead books, watch movies and play games on the 10.1-inch high-definition (HD) displaySom...

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By T Bates on 1 Nov. 2011
Colour Name: Red
Against the recommendations of all the reviews, I purchased this machine and have found it to be one of the best buys (in-terms of computing) that I have made.

The reviews mentioned that this machine is slow and not very practical as a tablet. Firstly it is not a tablet it is a Netbook with tablet capabilities. I personally do not use the tablet functions and have disabled them, finding the windows home premium functionality and add-on programs more than sufficient for my purposes. Most of my interaction is done with the screen in tablet mode but with windows running as primary, giving me access to I-tunes, VCL and networking with my 17".

The product itself is very robust and feels solid in the hand but caution should be taken with flipping the screen, I do not think it will give a problem but better safe than sorry.

Windows 7 home premium runs like a dream and does not delay much more than my quad core, however, this is only when one is cautious not to load and run too many programs at once. It is a Netbook after all and should be treated as a fast Netbook and not a laptop. Launching tablet mode is slower than other tablet machines but much quicker than loading normal windows based programs and the 0.5 second delay is more than acceptable.

The key to this machine is to remove the Dell `bloatware', turn off most of the start-up programs, turn off the add-ons for explorer and the machine runs like a dream with `boot up' being quicker than my quad core. Also, it is not an Ipad and will never be but it is not meant to be one, as a tablet it is heavy and bulky but it is not a tablet but a netbook with a flip down screen.
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Midnight Caller on 19 Aug. 2011
Colour Name: Blue
I bought this laptop from Amazon after realising that it was the cheapest on the net, I still wonder why the colours make any difference in the price ! but there you go, seems to be a trend with everything you buy these days, Nintendo DSi, Mobile Phones Etc... First of all I have to say this computer is a piece of artwork, I read hundreds of reviews given the fact I was spending over £400 I wanted it to be perfect for the money I was laying out.
Is it better than an Ipad ? Yes and on many fronts, it has 2 USB's, Ipad has none, It has a Flash Player Ipad does not, it has no restrictions on Bluetooth, Ipad needs Applications downloading to avoid problems with bluetooth and then its not always straight forward, Ipads are only at the maximum 64GB where as i have 320GB a vast difference.
I dont have a downer on Apple products either before you think this but i did have to compare this computer to something Tablet based to see if it was worth the money as as this is £200 cheaper than the cheapest Ipad you have to see where i'm going. the Dell Duo performs great, the switch between laptop and tablet is very smooth and the side screen magnets react very well holding the screen in place tightly, the quality of the screen is excellent, Battery life runs at about 3 and a half hours which is plenty between charges which surprisingly does not take long to charge the unit back up to full.
the keyboard is a pleasure with the keys having plenty of space between them, the touchscreen is very easy to use and works well. i have tried to find fault with this laptop but just cant.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By steve on 21 Aug. 2011
Colour Name: Black
Wanted a netbook for a while checked reviews and finally saw this item. Really like the concept of flip screen which is nice in action. Handles everything i want to do. pros nice size sharp picture wifi bluetooth g.senser win 7 . Cons windows 7 not suited to touch screen ( however if you make screen resolution 125% it become easier to use ).Battery life about 3 hours so not as good as others . Love this item.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Meissi on 1 Sept. 2012
Colour Name: Black
I bought an Inspiron Duo 14 months ago and although I was happy with it for a while it turned out to be the worst investment I ever made and I now just gave up on this machine. Like several people I wanted to have a good combination between a laptop and a tablet. First, as I said I was quite happy. Tablet is not comparable to other tablets. It's slow, not very precise and when the machine heats up the magnetometer stops working very often. However, I didn't mind, since you expect drawbacks from a combination.
However, a weak point appears to be overall quality (in my case), especially the hard disc and its "free fall" protection. As with every tablet, one can wait until you drop it and one expects that it can withstand this. However, my harddisc gave up on me when my iPhone fell from ~30 centimeter height on the tablet (the tablet itslef was fine though...). So I got a new harddisc, just to find out that the keyboard is also not reacting properly anymore. I got that repaired as well and now there appears to be something wrong with the processor/motherboard, since it constantly crashes. All this after a minor incident one expects to happen during normal usage.
All in all I invested another 150£ in repairs and I finally gave up on this machine.
In summary I can only suggest to buy a proper tablet and an external keyboard. Comes cheaper and you will have more fun with it.
The performance of the laptop itself doesn't compare to similar machines either.
So I cannot recommend this machine at all, especially since customer service from Dell turns out to be not very forthcoming either....
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