Dell Mini 9 netbooks reach end-of-life

May 30, 2009 at 9:06 pm

Dell Mini 9Dell is phasing out its popular 9-inch Inspiron Mini 9 line of netbooks. The listing for the Mini 9 vanished earlier this morning, with the only listings under Dells Mini range being the Mini 10 and Mini 10v. This is still the case across the US and UK Dell sites.

Engadget spoke to a Dell customer service rep and confirmed the bad news: “the Mini 9’s being phased out, with its official “End of Life” possibly as soon as Monday.”

Whilst I can understand that 10-inch netbook models have grown in popularity, there is still a market for nine-inch models. The Dell Mini 9 is one of the best in its class, plus it’s one of the best Hackintosh netbooks around. Whether the Mini 9 is being removed altogether or newer 9-inch models are on the horizon is still an unknown right now. The business version of the Mini 9, the Vostro A90 is still listed.


1,777 Responses to “Dell Mini 9 netbooks reach end-of-life”

  1. Ed said:
    May 30th, 2009 11:18 PM

    So, beyond the Dell Mini 9… what other Netbook is a good choice for a Hackintosh?

  2. Jet Sun said:
    May 30th, 2009 11:30 PM

    Ed – This link should help you.

  3. KenC said:
    June 1st, 2009 3:54 PM

    The Mini 10v.