Dell began offering music and movies, there will now be downloadable software as well on dell.com. The Inspiron Mini 9 will be able to be purchased for $99 with a two-year mobile broadband contract and after a $50 rebate with AT&T. Dell Wasabi portable photo printer was also unveiled, that’ll be in the same class as Polaroid’s PoGo, offering bluetooth connectivity that allows cameras and phones to print tradeable shots.
Next, Dell unveiled the Atom Z530-powered Inspiron Mini 10 netbook that offers a 16:9 720p HD display, a full edge-to-edge keyboard, a built-in TV tuner, built-in mobile broadband connectivity, GPS, 802.11n, a multi-touch and gesture touchpad, and design studio customizability.
Also, a production model of Adamo luxury laptop line was shown off. The device has an extremely thin and angular profile, and will begin shipping within the first half of this year.