Dell Inspiron 910 gets another rumored release date

Updated on 02 September 2008 by

You may recall the leaked spec sheets and rumored August 22nd release date that popped up a few weeks ago. Well August is now over and Gizmodo is reporting a new release date. September 5th, this Friday. With no info on the source and the note that this release date is not "concrete", this could be just as wrong as the previously rumored date. Luckily time is on our side and one way or another, we’ll get to September 5th and find out whether this is true or not. No word yet on pricing, but let’s all hope the Inspiron 910 hits the $300 target price. 

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4 Comments For This Post

  1. Anymouse Reader says:

    Too bad that Dell has not adopted the Everun Note design (touch screen and no touch pad)… with advanced power saving screens, Mesh Networking battery saving tech (a la OLPC), etc…? We shall see, as no unit has been seen in the wild yet, so the specs that have been released before, might not be what the machine is all about anyway.

  2. Futurize Korea says:

    InformationWeek confirmed the release will be this week with Dell.

  3. Eats Wombats says:

    I gave up waiting and bought an Asus EEE pc 1000. “How to mismanage a new product release” by Michael Dell might sell. I will not be surprised if this machine has quality problems which they are now trying to fix.

  4. Futurize Korea says:

    Dell isn’t the first and it won’t be the last netbook to launch behind schedule.

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