Responsive Touchscreen, Innovative Design, More Memory And Hard Drive Space
Innovative convertible tablet design. High-resolution screen. Excellent keyboard and mouse button combination. Sturdy netbook. 2GB of DDR3 memory included. Fast-spinning hard drive.
Attractive, sturdy design, Responsive touch screen, Good netbook performance
Inventive design; finger-friendly touch interface; reasonably priced.
Innovative vertical rotating screen design, Extremely sturdy build, Great chiclet keyboard
Tediously slow all around; get used to a lot of waiting. Screen is hideous. Too heavy for regular, tablefree use.
Touch Software Really Needs Faster Processor, Below Average Battery Life, Limited Peripheral Ports
Bare-bones feature set. Small, non-removable battery. Poor battery life. Touch functionality is flawed and sluggish. Components are not equipped to handle Windows 7 Home Premium. Cluttered with third-party and proprietary software.
Sluggish touch software, Short battery life, No video-out or memory card slot on unit
Sluggish software; no SD card slot, Ethernet jack, or video output; unimpressive battery life.
Terrible viewing angles, Less than 3.5 hours of battery life, Software layer is incredibly sluggish
By RegHardware on March 17, 2011
At £450, the Duo isn’t cheap, but if you are already reconciled to spending £350 on something like a Samsung N350 then the extra hundred quid for the trick lid, touchscreen and the extra gig of RAM doesn’t look like such a...65
By PC Advisor on March 11, 2011
It's too early to make a true judgment on the Dell Inspiron Duo, but early impressions are that despite the marketing hype this product is more heavy netbook than svelte tablet. Rosemary Hattersley...-
By G4tv.com on March 10, 2011
Video Review: The Dell Inspiron duo is both a tablet and a laptop, offering an Intel dual core Atom processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 320 GB hard drive. With a flip of the screen, the Inspiron duo becomes a multi-touch tablet that allows users to browse...80
By T3 Magazine on March 08, 2011
The iPad triggered a wave of innovation amongst manufacturers desperate to latch onto the next big thing, and as a result we've seen some strange devices chuckedup, one of the latest being Dell's Inspiron Duo convertible tablet. A cross between...40
By Wired on February 28, 2011
You can’t deny Dell some hard-fought gee-whiz cred with the new Inspiron Duo.In a world of commoditized portables, it is nothing if not a unique product. Show it off to your friends; it looks like a netbook, and you pop open the laptop-like...50
By The Review Crew on February 27, 2011
While I love the idea of a laptop which can convert into a tablet, sometimes you can’t have your cake and eat it too. I love the design of the Inspiron Duo. It looks and feels great, and it works quite well as a laptop, but as a tablet the duo...-
By Pen Computing on February 26, 2011
by Daniel Rasmus At first glance, the Duo screams industrial design. Its rotating flip 1366x768-resolution LCD display is a cool addition to many of the clumsier approaches of the past. Unfortunately, the screen inside the innovative swivel hinges...-
By GadgetReview on February 23, 2011
The Dell Inspiron Duo has a lot of promise. So much promise that I told several friends to wait for it before buying a tablet. And it does have many great uses. I couldn’t watch half of my favorite shows in coffee shops, the office or anywhere...30
By Pocket-lint on February 21, 2011
Think of the Inspiron Duo as high-end netbook and you’ll be happy with it; think of it as a high-end netbook that converts into a tablet and you’ll be even happier. Think of it primarily as a tablet and you’ll feel a little...70
By TechRadar on February 21, 2011
This highly innovative netbook/tablet hybrid is easy to criticise, but the Inspiron Duo offers a glimpse at the future of personal computing. Those that can look past its undeniable quirks may find a device that changes the way they use a computer....70