You've seen Dell's awesome looking Inspiron Duo, the convertible netbook that turns into a tablet with an innovative, swiveling display. Though the unveiling made quite a splash at IDF, we still don't know very much about the device. Luckily, JKKMobile managed to get a closer look at the netvertible and as a result, we have some more information about it.
We already know that the Duo packs a dual-core Atom processor and a 10-inch display. However, we now know that that 10-inch display is capacitive multitouch. We also know that it only swivels one direction, which is sort of disappointing but probably necessary so that it doesn't loosen up with use. Those of you dreaming of removing the display and ditching the keyboard have another think coming, because the display isn't removable. Unfortunately the Dell rep you see in the video wouldn't give out any information about the battery, including whether or not it was removable. He also didn't say how heavy it was and refused to let people test out the weight in their own hands.
Check out the video for a close up look at the Dell Inspiron Duo!