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A new Dell notebook has been added to 3's range of laptops from today (Monday March 1st), it has been announced.

The Dell Mini 1012 boosts the mobile broadband provider's range of laptop packages, increasing the variety of choice available to consumers.

Weighing in at just 1.45kg, the Windows 7-based notebook retails at £299 as a standalone product on the high street.

The laptop operates on an Intel Atom N450 processor, with 1GB of memory and 160GB of storage space.

Its high definition display, Integrated Intel 950 Graphics Media Accelerator, and almost nine hours of battery life are also likely to appeal to mobile broadband users.

Last month, 3 reintroduced its 15GB dongle to the UK consumer market.

The internet service provider made the modem available for £25 per month on a two-year contract, and £30 on an 18-month deal.

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