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Dell Mini 3i Android phone imminent for China; Brazil by end of 2009 [Updated]

Dell Mini 3i Android phone imminent for China; Brazil by end of 2009 [Updated]

Dell has come clean with its Android smartphone plans, revealing it will be launching the Dell Mini 3i in China "in the coming days" while a Brazilian release will take place before the end of 2009.  According to Dell Latin America's Hans Erickson, China and Brazil have been prioritized above all other regions; he also revealed that the Chinese version of the Mini 3i - set to launch on China Mobile - will lack 3G, while the Mini 3i headed to Brazilian carrier Claro will get the high-speed connectivity.

Update: Dell’s official blog has confirmed the news, together with dropping strong hints that the company will be leveraging existing carrier relationships for embedded mobile broadband netbooks for future Mini 3i releases.  Vodafone in Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and AT&T and Verizon in North America, are both name-checked.  More photos of the Dell Mini 3i after the cut.

Update 2: And now the official press release is out; still no hard specifications.

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Dell Inspiron Zino HD SFF desktop debuts

Dell Inspiron Zino HD SFF desktop debuts

Dell's compact desktop, the Inspiron Zino HD, has finally made its way out of the shadows and into your online basket.  Teased all the way back in August, the Zino HD might only measure 7.75 x 7.75 x 3.5 inches but Dell have squeezed in up to AMD's Athlon Neo X2 6850e 1.8GHz processor, up to 1TB of storage, 8GB of RAM and an optional optical drive; you can even have discrete graphics, in the shape of ATI's Radeon HD 4330.

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Don’t Do It Dell: Think Tablets, Not MIDs

Don’t Do It Dell: Think Tablets, Not MIDs

It looks like Dell is planning to release a mobile internet device, or a MID. The details are few and far between but the product—code-named Streak—looks like it packs Wi-Fi, 3G and Android 2.0 all into one. It is exactly what Intel has been calling a mobile internet device for the past few years: larger than a smartphone, primarily for accessing the Net, and featuring multimedia and even GPS functionality. The Archos 5 Internet Tablet and the leaked video of the Dell device gives us a better glimpse of what is to come and what it can do. Ironically (and you will see why later), when I watched the video I immediately thought: ah, so Dell wants to make an iPhone with a larger 5-inch screen!

Dell Mini 3iX clears FCC with AT&T 3G and WiFi

Dell Mini 3iX clears FCC with AT&T 3G and WiFi

Dell's upcoming Android smartphone has been caught clearing the FCC, complete with support for AT&T's 3G bands.  The Dell Mini 3iX was spotted in Brazil earlier this week, when it was said to support triband UMTS; the FCC listing for the handset mentions 850 and 1900 band support, which are the 3G bands AT&T uses for its high-speed network, together with WiFi (missing from the Chinese-version Mini 3i).

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Sprint offer Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook with onboard EVDO Rev.A

Sprint offer Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook with onboard EVDO Rev.A

Sprint have announced their first EVDO-enabled netbook, though they don't quite seem to have figured out the magic tipping point that really pulls in the customers.  The carrier is offering a Dell Inspiron Mini 10 with integrated EVDO Rev.A, but rather than do the sensible thing and hack great chunks off the up-front price (while knowing you'll make it back with the mandatory two-year agreement) their netbook is in fact $199.99, and that's after the rebate.

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HP Compaq L2105tm multitouch Win7 LCD drops today for $299

HP Compaq L2105tm multitouch Win7 LCD drops today for $299

Looks like Dell's SX2200T won't have the whole multitouch monitor playground to itself.  HP have announced a new, Windows 7 compatible touchscreen display, the HP Compaq L2105tm, a Full HD 1920 x 1080 LCD with an optical touchscreen supporting one- and two-finger control.  There's also, for those old-school moments, a plastic stylus hidden in a nook round back.

Dell Streak 5-inch 3G Android MID leaks [Update: Video!]

Dell Streak 5-inch 3G Android MID leaks [Update: Video!]

After Dell CEO Michael Dell confirmed that the company's Android smartphone would, in fact, make it to the US - albeit with some changes from the original Chinese model - details of a second Android-based device have leaked.  According to Tinhte.com and another image supplied to SlashGear, you're looking at the Dell Streak, a 5-inch WVGA 800 x 480 touchscreen Android 2.0 Donut MID, with WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G WWAN connectivity.  Front photos of the Dell Streak - together with size comparison shots - in the gallery, together with a hands-on video after the cut.

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