Tag Archives: Dell Mini 10

Dell Streak And Dell Mini Discontinued

For the four of you who might actually care T-Mobile has officially discontinued the Dell Streak 7 tablet and Dell Mini 10 HSPA+ capable netbook. The Dell Streak 7 was introduced back in January during CES and was quickly overshadowed by the upcoming G-Slate. Met with mixed reviews the Streak never took off as T-Mobile’s first 4G tablet and the Dell Mini 10 appealed to the Netbook loving crowd who unfortunately … [read full article]

TmoNews Goes Hands On With The webConnect Rocket And Dell Mini 10


So my streak of T-Mobile luck continued this morning with a one-on-one with some super super nice T-Mobile PR folks who allowed me some hands-on time with the Dell Mini 10 and webConnect Rocket.  Let me just say, the webConnect Rocket is fast, very fast.  The Dell Mini 10 is no slouch in the speed department either but the webConnect Rocket is the real story. It’s been one thing for me to read the reviews from [read full article]

Dell Mini 10 Now Available

The Dell Mini 10 netbook is now available from T-Mobile.com.  It looks like it’s going to be a fantastic day for T-Mobile with the release of something for everyone, the HTC HD2, Nokia Nuron and, for you road warriors out there, the netbook!  Let me just go on record as saying I have my netbook with me at CTIA and it is perfection to carry around and use.  I feel quite bad for those lugging around … [read full article]

Live from CTIA 2010 T-Mobile HSPA+ Event!

Today was a monumental day for me, for TmoNews, our readers and for humanity in general.  Just kidding on that last part!  Andrew already touched on the HSPA+ announcements just a little while ago.  However, for the first time, TmoNews found itself at a T-Mobile event and I didn’t even have to sneak in!  It was an experience in and of itself and, while it wasn’t some huge event with balloons and hoopla, to me it … [read full article]

T-Mobile webConnect Dell Mini 10 In The Wild

The Dell Mini 10 has finally found Mr. Blurrycam and he has been kind enough to grace us with four shots of the first T-Mobile 3G netbook.  There is nothing earth shattering or out of the ordinary here except for the T-Mobile branded stickers and T-Mobile branded box.  I am definitely digging that white and black color combination.  Expected to drop March 24th at a sub-$200 price, this puppy packs a 10.1 inch LED … [read full article]

Dell Mini 10 Comparison Chart, Full Spec List Leaks Out

There is nothing really earthshattering here but T-Mobile has put together a handy comparison chart for the future sale of the Dell Mini 10 netbook.  The chart is likely designed to give sales reps an easy way to differentiate between the products and sell them to the customer.  The Mini 10 is for those looking to pick up a device with pre-existing 3G service. The buying decision here depends on whether or not you already own … [read full article]

Dell Mini 10 Pricing

Update: Apparently there is a little confusion over the 3G connection and the Dell Mini 10. The webconnect services are built in, just the same as a Verizon or AT&T netbook comes with the service pre-configured. The same goes for T-Mobile here. The netbook is, by all accounts, a road warrior’s dream.  Lightweight with a lengthy battery and mostly capable hardware, the netbook has the computer industry in a frenzy.  Thus far, T-Mobile has remained idle … [read full article]

More Launch News For The Dell Mini 10, webConnect Rocket & Dark Project

If you recall, our super ninjas have told us the Dell Mini 10, T-Mobile’s very first netbook,  would be launching March 24th.  As shown above, we continue to confirm the March 24th launch date (that is, if there aren’t any potential delays).  On the very same day the Dell Mini 10 releases, T-Mobile will also be launching  the webConnect Rocket, T-Mobile’s first USB modem that can take advantage of HSPA+ 21Mbps.  Do keep … [read full article]

Dell Netbook Makes Another Cameo

If you hadn’t yet started to believe that T-Mobile would finally unveil its first 3G equipped netbook, this image might sway you into becoming a believer.  Unfortunately, the details we want most, exact pricing and release date (still placing our money on March 24th), are nowhere to be found but I think this puts to rest any disbelief that T-Mobile was about to roll out its first Netbook.  The only solid piece of information here … [read full article]