Dell Inspiron duo is an interesting device, one of the first that changes the debate from "touch vs. type" to "touch AND type." Dell's completely unique take on combining a multi-touch touchscreen and a traditional keyboard.
The core of the duo's uniqueness is the screen itself; rather than have a convertible screen hinged at a single point on the chassis and rotates laterally, the duo's lid is fixed and the screen rotates inside the bezel -- you literally just press the bottom of the screen and it flips over.
Duo came with a dual-core Atom N550 processor, a 1366 x 768 display, 2GB of RAM and a 320GB hard drive. Movies and photos look great on the HD screen. Even the Blio reader is fun to play.
One of another best is its optional JBL-powered speaker dock. The dock is gorgeous and well-built and comes with an Ethernet jack, SD slot, USB ports and headphone jack, and the sound that it pumps out is rich, deep and loud -- it sounded just as impressive as the Bose speakers.