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T-Mobile Announces Dell Inspiron Mini 10 With webConnect

T-Mobile Announces Dell Inspiron Mini 10 With webConnect

Looks like T-Mobile USA is ready to jump into the netbook game. Wireless carriers have been promoting laptops and netbooks for awhile now, all of which have their 3G connectivity bundled within, but T-Mobile has been slow to join the fray. That's all changed with the official announcement today out of CTIA 2010, that the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 has been paired with the magenta's 3G network.

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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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Dell Inspiron Mini 10v N270 netbook spotted; new SSDs available

Dell Inspiron Mini 10v N270 netbook spotted; new SSDs available

Dell's next-generation netbook, the Dell Inspiron Mini 10v, has appeared in the company's May 2009 catalog [pdf link; last page] and, as the leaked roadmap suggested would be the case, it brings a change of CPU and new price.  The Dell Mini 10v now has Intel's Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, rather than the Atom Z-series chips in the Mini 10, and starts at $299.  That's a full $100 less than the existing entry-level Mini 10.

New SSD options for the Dell netbooks after the cut

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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....

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