Dell has introduced the new Inspiron duo convertible tablet, which is loaded with Windows 7 Home Premium and a dual-core processor.
The company said that the Inspiron duo is available now on its website in the US, and will be available in the UK on 2 December 2010.
The new convertible tablet features tri-mode functionality with an interactive touch screen that enables users to access movies, TV shows, social-networking sites and more.
In addition, when in tablet mode, with its screen facing outward, the duo provides easy touch access to music, video, an e-Bookstore through the BookStage application, games and the Internet.
Opening the lid and flipping the screen inward reveals a chiclet keyboard making traditional, productivity applications like e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets and presentations eazy, Dell said.
Further, the Inspiron duo comes with an built in Web-cam, integrated Wi-Fi and optional connectivity choices such as Bluetooth and 4G mobile broadband.
The company said that it also offers an optional Inspiron duo Audio Station dock with built-in media card reader, JBL speakers, two additional USB 2.0 ports, an Ethernet adapter and battery charger.
The new Inspiron duo specifications include 10.1inch HD (1366×768) display with capacitive multi-touch and HD accelerator for smooth HD playback; flips from touch to type; and Intel AtomTM N550 dual core processor (1.5GHz).
It offers 250GB, 5400 RPM and 320GB, 7200 RPM hard drive options; and features optional Inspiron duo Audio Station dock with 7 in 1 card reader, JBL speakers, two additional USB 2.0 ports.