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]