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Vodafone and  PC maker Dell have struck a deal to sell Dells Inspiron Mini 9 ultra-mobile computer with built-in mobile broadband from Vodafone, through Vodafone stores and online, in key European markets. The device will also be available direct from Dell.
The recent acceleration in the take up of mobile broadband has demonstrated just how hungry consumers are for Internet access, says Vodafones Director of PC Connectivity, Andrew Sangster. Building on our long relationship with Dell, the availability of the Inspiron Mini 9 will further enhance what a customer can achieve with mobile broadband whilst on the move. Todays announcement marks the next step in the evolution of mobile broadband services, bringing mobile broadband into the hands of many more customers.
The Inspiron Mini 9 weighs 1.035 kg and features solid state disc (SSD) memory storage, an 8.9-inch 1024×600 LED display and built-in webcam. It will be available from late September, with details of country availability and pricing to be released in the coming weeks.

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