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Dell Mini Inspiron coming to a UK operator shortly

I had a tip in this evening from a reader who reckons that the Dell Mini Inspiron — as seen by Gizmodo (pictures from Gizmodo too) — is heading to a UK operator shortly.

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Almost every operator has got in on the laptops-for-30-quid-a-month thing — and they’ll thrown in a USB data dongle.

Well.

If my reader is right — and he’s highly placed within the mobile operator circles so I do credit his tip — a UK operator is preparing the launch of the Mini Inspiron.

It’s not just a gorgeous ultra-light notebook. Oh no. It’ll have HSDPA built-in.

Built right in. I’ll take two please. If this tip is half-way accurate, these things will be flying off the shelves. FLYING.

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And what network?

Well it’d be rather convenient if I could simply add one of these to my Vodafone account.

8 COMMENTS

  1. Hmmm – nice!

    When you consider that something like this will undoubtably be cheaper th (and available before) and available before the Sony Ericsson X1 Experia, it really does bring in to question why anyone would want such a 'top end' smartphone?

    If the pricing model works out, I shall have one of these – lugging around a MacBook Pro 17″ everywhere I go is killing me!

  2. Yes this “netbook” will be on the vodafone network. Looks like you can customise this tjhing on the dell website, more ram (2GB) and bigger storage space — soon no t as yet!

  3. Yes this “netbook” will be on the vodafone network. Looks like you can customise this tjhing on the dell website, more ram (2GB) and bigger storage space — soon no t as yet!

  4. Yes this “netbook” will be on the vodafone network. Looks like you can customise this tjhing on the dell website, more ram (2GB) and bigger storage space — soon no t as yet!

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