Sprint aims for another first with a couple more devices heading to the US market which will feature 3G or 4G connectivity to keep you connected and in touch all the time without having to rely on the mercies of a Wi-Fi network. We’re looking at the Dell Mini 10 and Dell Inspiron 11z here, where everything else underneath the hood is similar to its counterparts. with the Dell Mini 10 netbook featuring an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor, 1GB RAM, a 250GB hard drive, and a Broadcom Crystal HD accelerator. As for the Inspiron 11z, this is a more unique experience since it will run on an ULV Core i3 processor, sporting at least 2GB of RAM. October 31st is the earliest when you will be able to place your order, with the Mini 10 going for free on contract after a $100 rebate while Inspiron 11z buyers will have to fork out $150 for a similar contract and rebate. Normally being connected anytime, anywhere isn’t a good thing if you’re a corporate drone as you will be at your boss’ beck and call.
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