Sure, we’ve already seen full reviews of the upcoming Dell Inspiron Duo convertible tablet. But Johannes at NewGadgets.de has posted one of the first unboxing videos I’ve seen.

So if you like to watch someone open up a package filled with shiny new electronics and tear into it like a kid unwrapping a Christmas present, you can check out th evideo after the break.

At first glance, the Inspiron Duo looks like a typical netbook. It has netbook-like specs including a 1.5GHz Intel Atom N550 dual core processor and a 10 inch display. But the Duo has a unique design which lets you tilt the screen so it faces outward, letting you close the lid and use the computer in tablet mode.

The computer has a 1366 x 768 pixel capacitive touchscreen display. For some reason, Dell put the camera on the bezel above the screen, which means you can’t use the camera in tablet mode.

You can find out more about the tablet’s specs and ports in the video below.

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