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Default 11-14-2010, 10:31 PM

true Steve, it would be a waste of it was, but sooner or later Dell HAS to get it right and dual core is a step in the right direction

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Default 11-15-2010, 05:58 PM

Originally Posted by rrfranczak3 View Post
you should wait for the Dell Duo, thats gonna be a cool toy
Too expensive and I don't like these combined devices as these are usually compromise on both. If I would want a tablet, I might buy something cheaper and lighter maybe Ipad. For me netbook is only supplement to my company issued notebook so I don't plan to invest heavily into it.
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