The convertible netbook tablet device from Dell the Inspiron Duo has a great looking style, being able to switch from a netbook to a table through a unique pivotal mechanism. However, the touch screen software has been letting it down by all reports and this is where the Linux based operating system Jolicloud comes in. Jolicloud has been designed to work on netbooks because is not heavy and works well with Atom based processors, see it in operation on this
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Here is the chance to pick up the interesting The Dell Inspiron Duo Convertible PC with 27% off, this means that instead of the normal $549 price the current price is $399!
The Dell Inspiron Duo Convertible PC is an interesting machine that comes with an 10.1 inch high definition LED backlit capacitive multi touch display with
It looks as if Dell is getting ready to launch the latest Latitude model at the CES 2011 in Vegas; it will be the 2120 a 10.1 inch netbook aimed at the business the user. we can only assume that this is because Dell will offer the buyer the a choice of battery between the standard 3 cell and the longer lasting 6 cell, further details are a little thin on the ground at the moment.
This is last chance to get your hands on a free 10.1 inch Dell Inspiron Mini 1018 netbook when you buy a copy of Microsoft’s Office Home and Business 2010 suite!
This deal only applies to purchases at the Microsoft Store and this deal ends today!
It was only the day that we were talking about the imminent launch of the new Dell Netbook and last night at the grand opening of the Microsoft Store in Bellevue Sq, Seattle, of course normally a store opening would be to promote the company’s products, but Dell appear to have jumped there!
The new netbook will officially go on sale on the 1st December and can be pre-order on the
As the mobile carrier T Mobile are now able to offer 4G on its network it stands to reason that it might a be a good idea that the popular netbook, the Mini 10 from Dell would be able to support 4G.
The netbook itself remains the same apart from the fact it will be able to connect to the 4G network and experience faster connection speeds allowing the user to download content and surf the net at much faster speeds.
Sprint are claiming a bit of a coup with the launch of a 3G/4G embedded netbook and notebook. The device is in fact the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (1012) with Windows 7 Starter will be available from the 31st October and the Dell Inspiron 11z Notebook this one will come with Windows 7 Premium will be available to consumers from the 14th November.
Looking for a mini laptop is easy when the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 is around, it offers the user a neat design powerful battery, 10.1-inch widescreen display, a Wireless-N card, 3-in-1 media card reader, a 250GB hard disk, and a gigabyte of memory.
All of this for under $400, in fact in some retails outlets it is possible to get hold of one of these computers for around $370, which is brilliant value.
When we say that HP have upgraded the Mini 210, it is not entirely true for what they have done is added to the options that the consumer can choose on top of the basic black model with sells at around $330.
The buyer gets to choose a colour from black, red, blue, purple or pink, these are in a matte finish so no grubby finger prints and the bas has been changed to accommodate the new six cell battery.
The basic mo
Good news for US based fans of Dell netbooks as they will now be able to get their hands on the handy Inspiron Mini 1018 following the firm’s decision to offer in the states. Back in August, the company launched this netbook in Europe for around $435, but the launch in the US sees the starting price fall to around the $300 mark, not a bad deal there then!