Updated 1/10 – Preview of the soon to be released Dell Inspiron Mini 10" will be posted on Techmamas.com later tonight. I now call the Inspiron Mini 10" the must buy for moblie computing and media playing.
I am currently at CES visiting the Dell Suites to hear their announcements for the day. Engadget is sitting next to me, they blogged about the new Adamo. I decided to take the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 for a test drive, using it to blog about another exciting announcement that came out today:
Announced via press release:
Dell and AT&T "energizes on-the-go lifestyles with special select offer – Dell Inspiron Mini 9 for $99 after $350 Dell Mail-in rebate – regularly $449. Systems available only with purchase of a qualifying two-year AT&T LaptopConnect Agreement. Offer EXPIRES Jan. 31, 2009."
Dell also committed to introduce a 10-inch Mini in the near future.
Mini notebooks are not only light enough to carry in a handbag, but offers computing and entertainment on the go. The AT&T LaptopConnect (and other broadband cards) enables Internet access on the road without depending on finding Wi-Fi connections.
Here are the details for the special offer:
1. Purchase the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 by January 31, 2009 and save $100 (regularly $549 – cost of $449 with instant savings).
And to summarize it all:
-$100 Instant rebate (if purchase by Jan. 31, 2009)
$99 Total cost of Dell Inspiron Mini 9.
To answer questions on the cost of the AT&T LaptopConnect that I have received, the Dell press release quoted this: