As we first discovered back in early February T-Mobile was preparing to launch in combination with Dell.com their next notebook, the Dell 14R. Also known as the Dell Inspiron 14R, the notebook will run on Windows 7 Premium edition. No word on what variant of HSPA+ this notebook will be running, however we could hold out hope for HSPA+ 42 Mbps but I’m assuming we might be a little early in the game for that.
As mentioned back in early February the anticipated price for the Core i3, 2 GB Ram and 250 GB hard drive would be $399.99. The Dell Inspiron N4010 wilt take advantage of T-Mobile’s newest webConnect offerings and will ONLY be sold through Dell.com.