Dell is phasing out its Mini 9. Launched in September for $349.00, it was the their first netbook. If you still would like to purchase one, the company suggests you hold out for a Mini 10v. The new mini-PC features an Intel Atom N270 at 1.6GHz, Windows XP or a Dell customized version of Ubuntu and 1GB of memory. It has a 10-inch display, larger keyboard, more storage space and options with a choice of 16GB SSD or up to 160GB hard drive. As a further incentive, the Mini 10v has a starting price of only $299.00.
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Such a back-to-school deal! If you live in the U.S. and purchase a Dell Studio 15, XPS M1530 or XPS M1330 laptop before September 9, you can receive an Inspiron Mini 9, which ordinarily retails for $349.00, for only $99.00. At a weight of only 2.28 lbs., the Mini features an 8.9-inch LED display (1024x600,) built-in Wifi, a sealed keyboard, and SSD memory storage. Dell is even offering a free basic plan of 2GB storage on Box.net. A built-in webcam and Dell Video Chat are optional.
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