Inspired by Dell’swith that unique hinge is this unnamed -inch netvertible straight out of Shenzhen in China. Your first impression probably wasn’t the screen hinge though, and probably the keyboard design, which looks a lot like the Sony P. I guess you could say this is sort of like a Sony Vaio P with a touchscreen, except not getting anywhere close in regards to thinness and weight. When rolled over into tablet mode, there are a series of buttons accessible on the bezel.
Nice design overall but the specs don’t match Dell’s offering. Here, we’ve got an Intel Atom N450 processor, integrated graphics, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 120GB HDD, 8.9″ 1024 x 600 display with capacitive touch, webcam, Windows 7 and a 7.4V, 3000 mAh battery and ports – 2 x USB 2.0, audio jacks, VGA, RJ45 and SD card reader. It’ll be available in four colors.
No word on how much this costs or when it’s coming out over there in China.