Just as we reported earlier, Dell has finally rolled out their WiMAX-enabled Inspiron Mini 10 netbooks to the market, where you can opt to throw in the Intel Centrino 802.11n + WiMAX 6250 card for an additional $60 on top of the netbook’s base price. For folks who want just 802.11n sans WiMAX, tough luck – Dell’s best efforts would just land you the 802.11g card. Apart from this addition, other specifications remain the same, although folks who are considering the built-in 3G modem that is going for $125 might want to think twice especially if there is a 4G WiMAX provider at where you live/work. Pricing for the Inspiron Mini 10 starts from $279 upwards.
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