If you’re uncertain whether to get a tablet or a netbook/notebook mobile computing device, you may be tempted by the Inspiron Duo, which offers a traditional laptop chassis, but the screen spins around in a unique way to reveal a sleek tablet when you don’t need the physical keyboard. Dell’s teaser video highlights this and there’s even a JBL docking station for tablet mode for when you either want to watch a movie or listen to music. No new information is released, and Dell has stated before that the device should be available by the end of year–hopefully that will still happen as there isn’t much time left.
Is this netvertible capable of swaying you to a more traditional convertible design? Or would you still prefer a lighter slate form factor?
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