Sprint announces embedded WiMAX netbook, notebook

Sprint (NYSE:S) has introduced what it calls the world's first CDMA/WiMAX embedded netbook.

Sprint launched the Dell Inspiron Mini 10, with Windows 7 starter, and a slightly larger notebook, the Dell Inspiron 11z with Windows 7 Premium. Sprint will make the netbook available beginning Oct. 31 through select retail channels. The notebook will become available beginning Nov. 14.

Interestingly, the netbook will be free after a $100 rebate and a two-year contract with Sprint. The notebook will be $150 with the same rebate and Sprint agreement.

For more:
- see this Telecoms article

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