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.
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.
The computer giant gets in on the tiny laptop action with a new Netbook.