Dell has announced that their Inspiron Mini 10 netbooks will start shipping with a WiMax option on April 1st, just several months after the company announced the pint sized computers.
The units, which feature an Intel N450 processor will be powered by the Clearwire WiMax network and will go on sale at Clear retail stores, through telesales and via Clear.com upon initial launch.
The netbooks will begin selling at a rather cheap $249.99 after an instant rebate, although no per-month data plan pricing has been released at this time. The netbook will also feature the same options found on non-WiMax versions of the book.
Based on current rates customers can probably expect to pay $40 per month for the service. [Engadget]