Laptop Mag: Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Review

Laptop Mag writes: "After months of rumors, Dell enters the mini-notebook market with its long-anticipated Inspiron Mini 9. Dell took its time releasing its own netbook, and it is clear they spent the extra days and hours getting (nearly) everything just right. With a small footprint, sleek industrial design, 1.6-GHz Intel Atom processor, and a tailored version of Ubuntu (it's also available with Windows XP) the Inspiron Mini 9, starting at $349, has all the specs to make it one of our favorite netbooks. Even better is the ability to configure the system, from the size of the solid state drive and RAM to the webcam resolution. However, we wish Dell had spent a bit more time on the keyboard."


* Sleek, simple Linux OS
* Compact, sturdy design
* Decent battery life
* Configurable online


* Awkward keyboard
* Solid state storage only
* Extended battery not yet available

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