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Dell pulls out of netbook market

Posted on Friday, December 16 2011 @ 20:37:25 CET by

Dell has sold through its inventory of its 10-inch netbooks and will no longer be manufacturing these nor smaller netbooks. Instead, the company suggests users to try its Inspiron 14R laptops, but these models are more expensive and of course also bigger than the company's retired Mini netbooks.
Instead, Dell is pushing its Inspiron 14R line of laptops with 14 inch displays. They’re not exactly as light, portable, or cheap as the Mini netbooks.

If you’re looking for something a little smaller than a 14 inch laptop, you can still find an Inspiron 11z notebook with an 11.6 inch display and Intel Core i3 processor… but supplies of this older laptop are likely limited. For now you can grab one for $300 with the coupon code 5R6T7Z2SFFNNMV.


The Verge received confirmation from Dell that the company will no longer be making 10 inch and smaller netbooks. That means we won’t be seeing any new models with Intel Atom Cedar Trail chips either.
Source: Liliputing



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