Here’s what we all have been waiting to hear. The Dell Inspiron Duo 10.1-Inch convertible netbook is waiting in the wings to be in your hands anytime soon. On pre-order now at the Microsoft Store is the Dell Inspiron Duo. Excited? Don’t rush, though! Even if you place your pre-order now, you may have to wait to get your card charged only when the order is ready for shipping.
The Microsoft Store doesn’t say anything about the shipping date as of now. The new Dell Inspiron Duo, that would weigh 3.39 pounds, would ship sporting a 10.1-inch HD LED-backlit capacitive multitouch display with a resolution of 1366×768. To be powered by Intel’s latest Atom N550 dual-core 1.5GHz chip with 512KB of L2 cache, the device would boast of 2GB of DDR3 RAM at 800MHz support.
What we also hear is that the Dell Inspiron Duo will come with capabilities for graphics from Intel’s integrated NM10 Express. Other features include standard 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and a 320GB spinning hard drive.
To come incorporating the Windows 7 Home Premium pack, the Dell Inspiron Duo is expected to be in your hands when you part with an amount of $549. On the power front, the device will come with a four cell battery that promises only 4 hours of life.
In the meantime, let us also tell you that a JBL audio dock that could accompany the device is also now listed for pre-order for $49 at the Microsoft Store. Any takers?