Dell didn't only drop the official announcement concerning its new Inspirons
(both in the desktop and laptop variety), as well as the much-discussed, world's-seriously-thinnest-13-inch-laptop XPS m1330
-- it also managed to uncork the news that all its new widescreen laptops would be EV-DO and HSDPA ready (provided by Sprint, AT&T, or Verizon), and that the company is now offering an obviously named Dell Online Backup service to the tune of 3GB for Inspiron owners and 10GB for XPS users. We don't know much more than that at the moment, but we definitely like what we've heard thus far. Dell news keeps coming, stand by.