Dell's entry into the Netbook market means it's time to take these low-cost, low-power PCs seriously. The Inspiron Mini 9 is an excellent example of the form, if not radically different from the competition.
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Dell's 12-inch Netbook has officially been given the boot, while the 9-inch, which had been pulled off Dell's official list of systems in June, is still available in a handful of configurations.
Dell has brought back it's Inspiron Mini 9 until July 27 for those who wanted to purchase it for its unexpected ending.
Computer giant is the latest manufacturer to move away from 8.9-inch-screen devices. More consumers apparently prefer screen sizes of 10 inches and above.
If you can live with the low-end specifications, you won't find a better deal on a Netbook. Probably ever. Through Dell's outlet store, you can find this well-liked Inspiron in white or black.
It's definitely an entry-level model, but aren't all Netbooks just entry-level laptops anyway?
In the relatively new Netbook category, Dell's Inspiron Mini 9 stands out as an excellent example of the form. So much so that it's also our top laptop gift for the 2008 Holiday Gift Guide.
The computer giant gets in on the tiny laptop action with a new Netbook.
There aren't many surprises--leaks had revealed the system's design and features--but it's still exciting to see a major player back the Netbook concept in a big way.