Dell's CES 2010, along with other future-oriented NDA-covered items that seemed more concept than reality. Packing a dual-core Atom N550 processor, it's basically a Netbook/tablet with Windows 7 touch support, not unlike the
Back then, the device looked like it would at least have a very tabletlike thin design, unlike many bulkier Windows 7 latop/tablets that can feel more like UPS delivery equipment. We've often remarked that a, but we still wonder whether a tablet that has its own fold-away keyboard is really the answer.
Devices like the still-unseen reportedly confirmed that the Duo is coming later this year. We'd love to see one, but we're still not sure if that admittedly eye-catching swivel-tilt screen is the answer, nor is using Windows 7 touch. In fact, we have a hard time imagining how it will top the iPad.explored a docking system of a removable tablet/screen. The Duo is really a reinvention of the hinged lid on tablets. Dell has