Apr 17 2009

Dell Releases Mini 10 Netbook With China Mobile’s 3G Internet

China Mobile’s recent partnership with 6 netbook manufacturers has already yielded results. Dell and the China Mobile Communications Corporation (CMCC) just announced that the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 netbook is now available with the CMCC’s integrated 3G wireless internet.

Dell Mini 10

Adding 3G will make the new netbook a more mobile device, increasing its potential for mobile entertainment along with its 720p screen.

Starting at RMB 3880 (around $495), the new Dell netbook features a 92%-of-full-size keyboard, multitouch capability in the touchpad, an edge-to-edge 16:9 LED display, and dell’s High-Definition Multimedia Interface for “entertainment connectivity.”

This latest development in the story of Chinese netbooks has clear ramifications for the rest of us, so be sure to read our previous articles on the matter for more info.

Via WWPI.

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