The netbook-loving community was in frenzy yesterday as Dell officially announced its entry into the netbook wars via their own netbook – the Dell Inspiron Mini 9. Although, the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 has got nothing much to brag about in terms of innovativeness and product features, the release of the Inspiron Mini 9 is still highly anticipated because Dell’s competitors have released their own netbooks a long time ago. Anyway, Dell Philippines confirmed that the Inspiron Mini 9 will be arriving in the Philippines sometime in October. Pricing information and exact release date is still unannounced though.
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Dellâ€™s Inspiron Mini 9
Mini cars, mini dogs, mini phones and even mini laptops.Â
Iâ€™m sure youâ€™ve heard, but today Dell launched their new laptop, theÂ Inspiron Mini 9. A small, easy-to-carry device designed for social networkers, business travelers on-the-go and newcomers to the PC world, the 2.2lb laptop has standard built in Wi-FIÂ and allows users to do the things most crucial to staying in touch: web surfing, chatting, blogging, streaming content and uploading photos to name a few.Â
Keeping with Dellâ€™s ongoing effort to provide users with a personalized experience, the Inspiron Mini comes in black and white, offering a choice of operating systems such from Windows XP (available today) to the Ubuntu Linux-based Dell-customized interface (coming soon).Â Â
There is some pretty exciting stuff happening with personalized, on-the-go devices. Inspiron Mini 9 is another great example of Dell working to provide its users with sleek, stylish devices that fit their lifestyle.Â Â
The new Dell Inspiron Mini 9 will be available in the Philippines on October 2008.Â Detailed product specs for the Philippine market will be available next week.