Dell jumps on the Eee PC bandwagon with the 'mini-Inspiron'
Details might be vague, but at least we have an image of Dell’s entry into the budget PC market – which is being dubbed the mini-Inspiron.
According to Engadget, this sub-$500 laptop should offer a choice of Windows XP home of Ubuntu Linux, 8-in-1 card reader, integrated webcam, direct media playback buttons and various wireless access options.
More details (and possibly an official launch) next week. We’re slightly excited.
Dell (via Engadget)
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This’ll be the seventh blog I’ve seen today covering this Dell story and not one… NOT ONE has yet coined the phrase ‘Minspiron’.
I’m somewhat disappointed I must say. ;oP