Dell officially announced the new 12 inch Dell Inspiron mini 12 netbook today. LaptopMag actually had a chance to play with the mini 12 very early on and they published a first impressions review of the new large netbook running Vista.
Quote from the early mini 12 encounter: "The Inspiron Mini 12 was just about the same thickness as the Lenovo ThinkPad x200 I had brought to the meeting, and only a bit thicker than the .76-inch MacBook Air that one of the meeting attendees had on the table (see the photos in the gallery below). But that extra girth buys the Dell more ports - 3 USB, full-size VGA out, a 3-in-1 card reader, along with a mic and headphone jack."
Read the full report on LaptopMag. More details about the Dell mini 12.
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