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Dell Inspiron Mini 11 set for summer release?

Dell Inspiron Mini 11 set for summer release?

We don't know if this for real or not, but the Internet is abuzz with a rumor that the Inspiron Mini 11 will be shipping sometime this summer from Dell according to DigiTimes.

A lot of this is based on hearsay, but it seems to be legit. For instance, Compal is saying they have received orders for an "ultra-thin notebook" from Dell that relies on the Consumer Ultra Low Voltage processor from Intel.

These notebooks are set to be released in August and bear much of the same specs as the Mini 11. This CULV system will feature a 250GB HDD, 2GB RAM, and an 11.6-inch display. But of course, we'll just have to wait and see if this pans out.

AT&T announces availability of mini-laptops, starting at $49.99

AT&T announces availability of mini-laptops, starting at $49.99

AT&T announced today that they’re releasing multiple mini-laptops with built in 3G capabilities. AT&T is subsidizing the cost of the laptops, bringing the initial cost down to as low as $49.99 with the purchase of the AT&T at home and on the go mobile broadband services. With the service, customers will also be able to access AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots around the country. Those broadband plans start at $59.99 a month.

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Dell Adamo 9 + VIA Surfboard C855 = Best 1080p netbook ever?

Dell Adamo 9 + VIA Surfboard C855 = Best 1080p netbook ever?

Dell had already confirmed that the 13.4-inch Adamo ultraportable was merely the start of a new high-end series of luxury computers, but signs of what's likely to be the next model - the Dell Adamo 9 - have already been spotted.  As we said at the time, the main question is whether Dell make what's presumably a 9-inch ultraportable into another Atom-based netbook, picks a more mainstream processor as you might find in the Sony VAIO TT, or takes another route.  Coincidentally, VIA announced their 1080p-capable Surfboard C855 reference design today, something that could well supply Dell's "another route".

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