According to Brazilian site odontopalm.com, the Dell ‘E’ (aka the Mini Inspiron) netbook will be officially be called the Inspiron 910 and launch in the country on August 22nd. Aside from the 1.6GHz Atom CPU, buyers will have a choice of 512MB or 1GB of RAM, 4/8/16GB of flash storage and either WiFi b/g or Draft-N. Bluetooth and 3G will be options, as will 0.3 or 1.3-megapixel webcams.
OS will be a choice between Windows XP or Ubuntu. Also confirmed is the omission of the function key row, as well as there being no modem. Ports include 3 USB, 1 VGA, a multifunction card reader and ethernet.
The site suggests that the Brazilian price – which is apparently heavily inflated with local taxes – will be around $740. However commenters have suggested this would tally with a roughly $300 US price.
[via UMPC Portal]