Dell releases new Mini 12


The Inspiron Mini 12 is less than 1.1″ thick and under 3 pounds

12.1″ display
Advanced wireless options to keep you on the go
Dynamic & Customizable user interface
Extended battery life with 6 cell battery option

Stay connected to your world virtually wherever you go. Inspiron Mini 12’s small,incredibly light design lets you travel light while keeping up with your blog, video chat, instant messenger and email so that you never lose touch with your family and friends.
Connected by Design

The Dell Inspiron Mini 12 was developed from the ground up to be the perfect companion,keeping you connected while on-the-go.

More Storage than the Mini 9

Store your music, photos & more on the go. The Inspiron Mini 12 offers up to an 80GB hard drive. Keep your files online!We’ve partnered with Box.net to provide 2GB of free Internet storage for every Inspiron Mini 12 customer. Store, access, collaborate, and share any type of file through a Web browser experience that is designed to be secure, simple and intuitive. Plus, upgrade to larger accounts to store more files.

Dell Remote Access

Find, use and share your digital world, even while away from home. Whether you use a mobile phone with a web browser, a computer outside your home, or share files and folders with a friend; you will have the ability to access files and devices in your home from anywhere with Internet access.

Long battery life
No need to sacrifice weight for battery life. The Inspiron Mini 12 provides extended battery life while keeping the weight of the system under 3 pounds .3 cell battery, approx. 3 hours. 6 cell approx. 6.5 hours.

Mobile Entertainment

The Inspiron Mini 12 is designed to keep you connected to your favorite entertainment. When
you are on the go, you can still have access to email, shopping and more. A bright 12.1 inch glossy display is designed to be able to present web sites without a lot of left-right scrolling, and the keyboard is large and easy to navigate.

Source:Dell

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  • I just got the Acer Aspire One netbook this past week. I paid $399 for it. The six cell battery version of this Dell netbook costs $649 on their web site. I’m having a hard time understanding the price difference.

    Both laptops have a six cell battery and 1GB of ram. The Aspire One comes with XP Home whereas the Mini comes with Vista Basic. Right there you know the Aspire One is more likely to be faster than the Mini.

    For $250 more I don’t see any reason to buy the Mini over the Aspire One. Maybe if you want the bigger screen you might pay that much more.

  • I just got the Acer Aspire One netbook this past week. I paid $399 for it. The six cell battery version of this Dell netbook costs $649 on their web site. I’m having a hard time understanding the price difference.

    Both laptops have a six cell battery and 1GB of ram. The Aspire One comes with XP Home whereas the Mini comes with Vista Basic. Right there you know the Aspire One is more likely to be faster than the Mini.

    For $250 more I don’t see any reason to buy the Mini over the Aspire One. Maybe if you want the bigger screen you might pay that much more.