Dell Mini 10 Tomorrow

Tomorrow, March 24th, is a busy busy day.  Not only will we be seeing the official launch of the HTC HD2 and the Nokia Nuron, but T-Mobile has decided to add the custom Dell Inspiron Mini 10 with T-Mobile webConnect to the list.  What a way to accompany the expansion of HSPA+!  The Dell Mini 10 is your typical netbook, sporting a 10.1-inch WSVGA display, 1.3 megapixel webcam, three USB ports, VGA port, Windows 7 Starter Edition, a 1.66 GHz Atom N450 core and a claimed 8 hours of battery life.  The difference?  This one will have edge and quadband 3G (for all your roaming needs).  It is available tomorrow for $199.99 on a two-year deal.  Sounds great, right?  Well, the bad news is that it will be limited to Chicago, Dallas, Miami, and Los Angeles retail stores, along with T-Mobile’s website and sales hotline. Leave your thoughts in the comments!

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  • thechemist

    meh….

  • J-Hop2o6

    damn, not even Seattle? a big Tech city.. where TmoUSA’s HQ is located (Bellevue exactly).. And Microsoft is based here (Redmond exactly).. im not planning on gettin this of course lol.. but its weird to see Seattle not on the list.

  • rev2redlineguy

    So if I live in Houston, can I order this online through T-Mobile.com?

    • Alex

      The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 will be available tomorrow nationwide online at
      http://www.t-mobile.com and in T-Mobile retail locations in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and Miami for $199.99 with two-year contract and qualifying webConnect data plan.

  • eYe

    Really???? Can we get some decent phones first (as in more then one) and some good coverage before we start selling netbooks?

    • yep yep

      hmm, isn’t that the reason why they aren’t selling it on every store? They are only selling it on select markets where they think they have pretty good 3g coverage…

  • pororo

    does this have wifi

  • Martin C

    Why isn’t this the new Dell Mini10 with an high resolution screen? This model sucks

  • 2006mr

    yes it has WiFi

  • rushmore

    People do not have a clue if they buy this. Either buy your own Mini and tether it (save $720 over 2 years), or if you want to spend $1,000 (cost of mini and data plan over two years) buy a M11X and tether it. MUCH better system, long battery and plays new games very well.