|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Max Screen Resolution||1336 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.5 GHz Intel Atom|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||320 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel NM10 Express|
|Card Description||Graphics Media Accelerator3150|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||3.57 hours|
Dell Inspiron Mini Duo 3487FNT Convertible Laptop/Tablet (Foggy Night)
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- Intel Atom N550 Processor (1.5GHz, 1M Cache)
- 2GB, DDR3, 800MHz, 1 DIMM
- 320GB 7200RPM Hard Drive; Wireless 802.11n / Bluetooth Combo Card
- 10.1" Widescreen HD (1366X768) Multi-Touch Display; Integrated Intel NM10 Express graphics
- Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
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There are three things you need to be aware of when purchasing this:
1) The screen is even smaller than on most netbooks because of the flip design. The versatility more than makes up for it though.
2) The battery is not removable and is good for about 3 hours.
3) Windows 7 Home Premium only likes to view drives on other machines running Windows 7. My home PC was running Vista. It could look at and access the drives on the Duo; but the Dou will only look at drives in it's Homegroup. Only Windows 7 supports homegroups. I upgraded my desktop to Windows 7 Home Premium and now they network amazingly well. Setup was a snap.
I have thick fingers, but I haven't found that I need to use the stylus (bought separately) with it. The keyboard is well laid out. The touch screen took a little getting used to. Voice recognition works very well in a quiet environment. Between the three, I haven't even bothered to install the wireless mouse I got to use with it.
It boots up quickly. It's nice and fast. It has a lot less bloatware than most machines come with.
I was surprized at how solid it feels because it's so tiny. The entire unit looks and feels well made.
It's small and light enough to go anywhere; but powerful enough to do real computing. It's a great second computer. It syncs easily with my desktop now that both run W7. I was able to share my internal and external drives between both machines, including the DVD burner in my desktop.
I currently have an iPad but was given the opportunity to review the Dell Inspiron Mini Duo. My first impression out of the box was that this is an impressive product. The casing appeared to be high quality, with good button response and a firm swivel to the screen. The back was much nicer than my iPad, the grip is smooth and comfortable. Certainly on specs alone I was extremely interested in what this tablet / laptop combination had to offer. During set up I was also impressed with the the ease of using the touch pad. (Non-responsive lap top touch pads are a key issue for me.) All the signs were good. Setup took an extremely long time, with what seemed to be numerous unneeded 'I Agree' and set up screens. I expect that when working with Windows, so no points off there. Just as all of the set up was complete and it was time to configure the security software preinstalled, the screen went black. The system crashed completely, and the error beeps indicate a motherboard failure. Still no points off, while unfortunate, defective hardware can occur. I called the help line.
After 14 minutes on hold, I reached a person. She was extremely polite but it was very difficult for us to understand each other so a lot of repeating was involved. At 25 minutes into the call she had taken my name and we were discussing the problem. Despite telling her the screen had gone black she wanted to know what error code I saw. Nothing, the screen is black and the unit is beeping. (I can't turn it off either.Read more ›
-The thing I was most excited to try out, it is responsive and easy to use.
-when the screen is flipped a little slide out keyboard can be seen midway up on the left side, one touch and it slides out.
-here you can type with the keyboard, or you can draw letters with your fingers and it will automatically turn it into text
-the touchscreen takes a little bit to get used to in terms of learning where to touch to get the right letters hit, but what helps you to learn where you are actually touching the screen, is a little tiny diamond appears where your finder hits the screen, so you can see if you need to go more to the left or the right to get a precise touch.
-if the computer included a stylus that would be a much welcome addition.
-I love the fact that I can flip the screen and use it as an e-reader. Works will with the Kindle app as well, plus you get the bonus of a color screen when you're reading.
-We used google chat to test out the camera an it worked really well, no bells and whistles (there is a camera program that you can use to make different backgrounds, etc.Read more ›
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Some scratches found, but working very well. Processor is too slow for windows 7.Published 19 months ago by Javier Reyes
I love this computer. It just does not have a disc drive or a fitting for an ethernet chord. Great pricePublished 23 months ago by Kenneth Simon
Overall a positive buying experience. Computer received promptly; packaged very well. Like the speaker dock station that came along with the computer. Read morePublished 24 months ago by TIMOTHY STOWERS
Been using it for a year now and still runs as I'd expect it too. The touch screen is easy tooPublished on July 7, 2014 by Kitty
Gave item as gift for Christmas present. When the recipient opened everything looked great. Until we turned it on. Couldn't get it to even turn on nor do anything else. Read morePublished on April 16, 2014 by Chris Grubbs