The Dell Inspiron Mini 9 is the first U.S. netbook to get integrated mobile broadband starting today. The Inspiron Mini 9 is now available on www.dell.com/mini with embedded mobile broadband from AT&T. For an additional $125 customers can configure the Mini with embedded WWAN. There is a $120 mail in rebate for customers who activate their built in AT&T with a new two year AT&T DataConnect Service plan starting at $60/month (www.dell.com/att). According to Dell, the connection capability will only be available on the Windows XP version of the Mini 9. It utilizes a Dell Wireless 5530 HSPA Internal Mini-card (Ericsson design) and supports HSDPA (7.2 Mbps downlink) and HSUPA (2.0 Mbps uplink). We are excited to finally see the U.S. carriers and netbook vendors augmenting netbooks with mobile broadband capablities. Now we just wish they would see the benefit in subsizing the netbooks themselves.