ROUND ROCK, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dell today introduced the Inspiron™ Mini 12, a small, easy-to-carry Internet companion that you can fine tune to fit your specific needs and deeds. Like its counterpart the Inspiron Mini 9, the Mini 12 is ideal for teens, tweens, travelers and “Tweeters” to surf the Web1, chat with friends, blog, stream content, upload photos or enjoy online videos, music and games.
The Inspiron Mini 12 is available initially only in Japan through Bic Camera, Kojima and Sofmap stores and other retail outlets. It will launch online globally by late November with configurations starting under $600 (U.S.). Ubuntu and Windows XP® operating systems also will be available before the end of the year.
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|Wireless access: Where wireless access is available. Additional access charges apply in some locations.|
Device weight: Weights vary depending on configuration and manufacturing variability.
|Device dimensions: Dimensions for Mini 12 thinness range from 0.92-1.09 in.|
|Available operating system and hard drive options might vary by country.|
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