Dell Inspiron DUO video officially aboard YouTube
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Dell’s latest talked about device, the Dell Inspiron DUO already set out ripples in the tech arena this September at the IDF. The Company has again in an attempt to publicise the netbook come tablet come netvertible uploaded a petite video on YouTube as a promo. The video is pretty ambiguous in the timing of the release of the Inspiron DUO with a diplomatic ‘coming soon’, although industry insiders and sources say that the device should arrive by the time we bid adieu to 2010.
The Dell Inspiron DUO is unique in its approach towards the transition of the device between modes, i.e. from a netbook to a tablet to a netvertible with utmost ease. Also the video showcases the Inspiron DUO in a custom skin that has been provided for in order to enhance the overall experience of working with the Inspiron DUO when it is being used in tablet mode. As far as the internal details are concerned the video aboard YouTube is again sketchy, with officially announcing only the presence of an Intel Atom CPU, although experts predict the Inspiron DUO to be loaded with pretty generic notebook specs. This includes the presence of a Windows 7 Home Premium OS, which was also showcased at the IDF which will work well for the Dell Inspiron DUO, considering the multifarious touch options aboard that version.
The video teaser in all simply serves as a source to draw greater attention to the Inspiron DUO, without revealing much about its technical aspect.