Dell Mini 9 For Sale

Now that I have the Asus EeePC 1000HE, I obviously don’t need the Dell Mini 9. It’s rather sad, really – I completely enjoyed the Dell Mini 9. However, the 1000HE is a bit faster, and offers a much improved battery life and keyboard experience.

As such, I’ve put the Dell Mini 9 on Craigslist, so that I hopefully don’t have to resort to Ebay again. Asking price is $300, and that includes shipping, in case you don’t live locally. Here’s the specs:

Dell Mini 9
8.9″ display
Intel N270 Atom processor @ 1.6GHz
2GB of RAM
16GB SSD (solid state drive)
WiFi
Built-in Bluetooth

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I’ve got the original box, as well as the power cord and a zippered neoprene case to throw in. It is currently running Windows 7 RC1, fully activated, with all the drivers and whatnot installed. The Dell Mini is usually regarded as the best OSX hackintosh netbook, if you’re a Mac person (James Burland, I’m looking at you!) I previously installed OSX on here, and it ran fine (though I personally didn’t care for it).

It currently has a camo skin from DecalGirl.com on there, though it’s vinyl, and comes right off with zero residue. I can remove this before shipping, if you’d like. There’s a white Dell cover underneath. Also, there is a SMALL scratch on the bezel around the screen, though it’s hardly noticeable. Here’s the craigslist listing, or you can contact me directly at Ricky(at)RickyCadden(dot)com.

Published by rcadden

Just a dude with a phone.

2 thoughts on “Dell Mini 9 For Sale

  1. These netbooks are quite addictive aren’t they?! I would buy your Dell, but all your Tweets about installing Mac OS X on it a couple of months back convinced me to purchase an Acer Aspire One.

    I currently have it split 80/30gb OS X and Windows 7. Both systems run well on the little beast but Win 7 does include – not surprising – more support. The other addition I made was a much larger battery. I now get around 6-7 hours with full brightness in Windows 7.

  2. These netbooks are quite addictive aren’t they?! I would buy your Dell, but all your Tweets about installing Mac OS X on it a couple of months back convinced me to purchase an Acer Aspire One.

    I currently have it split 80/30gb OS X and Windows 7. Both systems run well on the little beast but Win 7 does include – not surprising – more support. The other addition I made was a much larger battery. I now get around 6-7 hours with full brightness in Windows 7.

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