Chinese netbook rips off Dell duo and Sony Vaio P

Dec 6, 2010
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The Dell Inspiron Duo is an undeniably cool convertible netbook. It has a different design than other convertibles, which makes it appealing to many users on the design of its screen alone. With any cool and innovative design, you are bound to get clones, especially coming from the Chinese firms that seem unable to do anything but rip off other designs.

Such is the case with a new netbook called the Netvertible. The screen hinge is very much like the design Dell uses and the machine has hints of Sony Vaio P in the designs as well. When or where you can buy the machine is an unknown, but we do have the specs for you to peruse.

The little convertible netbook has an 8.9-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 and that screen is touch sensitive. The little netbook runs Windows 7 and has a 3000 mAh battery for power. The CPU inside the netbook is an Intel Atom N450. The machine has 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 120GB of storage, and dual USB ports. Pricing is unknown.


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