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Tuesday, 14 September 2010 20:03

Dell tablet is also a netbook

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Dell has got a lot of attention with its 10-inch Inspirion version of dual core Atom N450 netbook. At first, Intel showed a really fat tablet offering some pretty laggy experience but later and to everyone’s surprise, it opened the keyboard as the display can flip. Pictures below will tell you more.

When it flips, the netbook features a full size keyboard and it looks just like most netbooks, just a bit fatter than most of them. People got overly excited as this was the coolest thing really showed, but we would've rather checked out the super thin netbooks that were showed just for a second, leaving us too little time to take pictures.

Doug was simply too fast so excuse us for picture quality. Here is how it looks.

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