Dell has a new 8.9″ Intel Atom-powered netbook coming out. Well they sort of do. It’s the Dell Vostro A90 and it’s basically a rebranded Dell Inspiron Mini 9.
It was launched in Japan yesterday, but support documentation has started showing up in other countries (such as the UK and US).
It’s oriented towards small businesses (hence the Vostro name) and as part of the business-like look, it’s all black, but that’s about the only major difference. It still has the same 1024×600 display, 1GB of RAM, 8GB SSD, same number and types of ports, and same networking connectivity.
It’s quite a bit pricier – a few hundred dollars more than the consumer version Inspiron-branded netbooks (but you may get different support options).
Read: Register Hardware