Details on Dell’s Inspiron Duo convertible tablet

November 24, 2010
Opera 11 goes beta with extensions, stacked tabs
The Register
Cade Metz writes about the beta version of desktop browser, Opera 11.

“Opera has released a beta version of Opera 11, its latest desktop browser, that offers Firefox-like extensions and a new interface meant to better organize tabs. The Norwegian browser maker released an alpha version of Opera 11 in late October, and according to the company, testers have already download more than 500,000 extensions for the browser. The company’s extensions gallery now offers over 130 separate tools for downloads, and the company says developers are submitting between 10 to 20 new extensions each day.”

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Acer replaces laptop keyboard with multi-touch LCD
Register Hardware
Tony Smith writes about a new laptop from Acer, better known as Iconia.

“Tablets out of the way, we now come to Acer’s other big launch: a 14in laptop with a virtual keyboard. Yes, the Iconia – as the new machine is dubbed – sports a second LCD where the keyboard usually goes, giving the laptop the look of a scaled up Nintendo DS or Microsoft’s ill-fated Courier two-screen tablet. Still, the spec is impressive: Core i5 CPU – 480M, 560M and 580M options – up to 4GB of DDR 3 memory, 320-750GB of hard drive storage, a USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ones, HDMI output, 2.4GHz 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and HSDPA 3G connectivity.”

Can Dell ‘convertible’ really be both notebook and tablet?
Network World
Robert Mullins shares details about Dell’s Inspiron Duo convertible tablet.”

“The Inspiron duo sells for $549, or $649 with a docking station that allows you to operate it in tablet format with the computer positioned in landscape mode. That might be a smart option to add. While hefty, the Inspiron duo is, based on dimensions, both small for a notebook but big for a tablet with a 10.1-inch screen, versus 9.7 inches for an iPad and 5.0 inches for a Dell Streak.”

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