The Dell Inspiron Duo: not only are it's initials D.I.D., its a netbook and tablet all in one thanks to a swivel screen. Technology! Ten dollars says I break it the fist week. Fist week? Foot month!
Boy, did Dell show just off the craziest device on stage at Intel's IDF 2010 day two keynote. What started as a tablet device converted to a netbook just by opening to the keyboard and literally swiveling the screen from within the frame. This hybrid's got a 10-inch screen, houses a dual-core Atom N550 and runs Windows 7 Premium...No price given and Dell isn't providing us any more details, but it should be released by the end of this year.
Damn, too bad I just hot-glued my iPad to my MacBook Air, amirite? Kidding, I don't have an iPad or Macbook. What I do have is a library card, which entitles me to free computer use till 8PM. I'm bloggin' from the berry, ya'll!
Dell's Atom-powered Inspiron Duo: 10-inch netbook / tablet hybrid with a crazy swivel [engadget]
Thanks to Marlene and christopher, who don't like swivel stools because they get motion-sickness. Awh, bless your little vomity hearts.
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This is a pair of single spiral high heel (that's kind of similar to this thing) from designer Julian Hakes. It looks like something you'd see in a cheesy futuristic movie. It's not though, it's a real shoe and you can buy them in a bunch of different colors for around $205. ... / Continue →
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