Sprint Releases Its First Netbook for $200

Sprint, the telecom company, is offering its first netbook starting today.


Sprint, the telecom company, is offering its first netbook starting today. The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 is the first netbook on “ America’s most dependable 3G network” and brings the mobile user “blazing-fast Internet access” in a “portable package that can easily fit in a purse, backpack or briefcase”. Helping to deliver that blazing-fast speed, the new Sprint offering has embedded EV-DO Rev enabling users to take advantage of “robust applications and service” such as VoIP and music on-demand.

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 features an Intel Atom Z520, 160 GB hard drive, Microsoft Windows Home XP SP3 Edition, a 1.3 MP webcam, Integrated Intel 500 Media Accelerator Graphic, a 5-in-1 media reader, Bluetooth and WiFi 802.11g. Screen space comes courtesy of a 10.1-inch LED with 1024 x 600 resolution. The new computer is available at select Sprint stores for $199.99. Of course, that price is after the mandatory $100 mail-in and 2-year lockdown on the Sprint network. [via Sprint]

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