p2pnet news view | Products:- “Any bets on who will survive?”
That’s Engadget forecasting an August “kill sprEee”.
“They’re all doing it now, mimicking the One Laptop per Child project,” said p2pnet in May, going on:
“Intel took a cynical shot at it, but missed, and Asus came out with the eee PC 900, definitely the most successful laptop mini so far.
“Now it’s Dell’s turn …..”
Dubbed the Mini Inspiron, the new Dell, “is coming to the low-cost notebook party relatively late, compared to other first-tier vendors such as Hewlett-Packard (HP) and Acer,” says DigiTimes, going on:
“However, the Dell E series low-cost notebook will be priced at only US$299, US$100 cheaper than Acer’s Aspire one, and the market sources estimates that Dell can ship 2-3 million units this year.”
. .Stumble It!
Engadget – Evidence mounts for August Eee PC carnage with $299 Dell E launch, July 15, 2008
p2pnet – Dell joins the mini-laptop league, May 29, 2008
DigiTimes – Dell said to be planning launch of low-cost notebook in August, July 15, 2008
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