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Dell's Inspiron Duo is a hybrid device that acts as both a tablet and converts into a clamshell netbook. The device resembles a netbook. But when the case is opened and the screen is flipped backward, it becomes a high-end netbook with a full QWERTY keyboard, running Windows 7 and a dual-core Intel Atom N550 processor, according to reports. Other features, including RAM and storage, are not yet known. The 10-inch Inspiron Duo is being targeted as a competitor to the Apple iPad.

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