The Mini 10 is a netbook which features an Intel Atom N450 (1.66GHz) processor, 1GB of RAM, 250GB HDD, Intel GMA 3150 graphics, a 10.1 inch display supporting a resolution of 1024 x 600, WiFi b/g/n, a 6-cell battery and Windows 7 Starter Edition.
The Inspiron 11z is a notebook which boasts an Intel Core i3-330UM (1.20GHz) processor, 2GB of Ram, 250GB HDD, Intel HM57 graphics, an 11.6-inch display supporting a resolution of 1,366 x 768, WiFi b/g/n, a 6-cell battery, HDMI-out and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
With the 4G connectivity web browsing should be an enjoyable and fast experience, instead of painful download speeds, slow page loading and constant buffering, that said both devices fall back on the EVDO Rev.A network when WiMAX coverage is not available.
As you would expect the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 is the more affordable option, it is free when you agree a two-year agreement and take into account a $100 dollar mail-in rebate. The Dell Inspiron 11z is $149.99 when you agree a two-year deal, again this takes into account a $100 mail-in rebate.
From what we can see there are two price-plans available, you can get 3G/4G connectivity for $59.99/month, this gives you Unlimited 4G and 5GB of 3G per month. The other option is for 3G-only, this costs $39.99/month and allows for up to 500MB of 3G per month.
If you would like to find out in-depth details regarding pricing check out the press release via the source link below.