Update on the Dell mini-notebook

If you’re in the US you can now configure a Windows version or Linux version of Dells mini-notebook (named the Inspiron mini 9).

It’s priced to fit in with their existing product line (the current highest spec costs less than the lowest spec Inspiron 1526), but currently there’s no WWAN option as yet (so no in-built cellular data connection), which is a shame because that’s one of my key reasons for being interested in it, so I’m still holding off and waiting to see how it shapes up against Dells E4200.

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