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Dell Inspiron Mini 10

The Inspiron Mini 10 is portable and offers wireless and entertainment features. Its keyboard is 92 percent of the size of a traditional laptop keyboard. It streams HD video with optional HD display, Broadcom Crystal HD media accelerator and enhanced audio. The netbook offers advanced wireless functions, built-in GPS and optional built-in digital TV receiver.

The netbook has not yet fully emerged as a separate and distinct business device category. But, like smartphones, Wi-Fi and other technologies before it, the consumer device is being used by people at work. IT Business Edge takes a look at devices vendors suggest are the most valuable in a work environment.

The definition of non-phone mobile devices is still a bit fuzzy. At the same time, experts are saying that the netbook – also known as the mini-notebook – has peaked. It will be interesting to see if vendors see the business world, or specific verticals such as health care, as a way to reinvigorate the category.

Related Topics : Tablets Netbooks and UMPCs, Palm OS

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