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Dell Inspiron Mini 9
« on: September 08, 2008, 05:29:34 AM »
Hi guys, am planning to buy Dell Inspiron Mini 9 but no idea if this is ok to buy, i mean is it affordable to buy it instead of EE PC?

i want something that is small but powerful for my business.
or if anyone can recommend it ?

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Dell Inspiron Mini 9
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Re: Dell Inspiron Mini 9
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2008, 05:35:43 AM »
I think Inspiron Mini is better than EEe PC atleast for me,

Inspiron Mini 9 is just the first model in a whole new family of netbooks
3G-equipped model is in the offing, no WiMax yet  SSD is the future for netbooks, and HDD will be best used as an external drive  Box.Net will be Dell’s provider for online service rivaling the Eee Storge of Asus 10-inch model not ruled as a possible variant

A 6-cell battery option is possible, but not in the immediate future.

As for a price cut similar to the Acer Aspire One, they’re going to be aggressive in positioning the Inspiron Mini 9.

According to some articles i read before, the future of Dell netbooks looks to be quite promising and with the promise of a 3G-capable model coming out before the year ends, so we might even see telecoms selling the Inspiron Mini 9 as part of a data plan package as well. Dell sure has come into the netbook market armed and ready with a battle plan in hand that definitely makes them a serious player to watch out for in the coming months.

 

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