past the point of pushing subsidized netbooks. Evidently not. Verizon Wireless has just revealed a tweaked version of HP's 11.6-inch Pavilion dm1 (the dm1-2010nr) that's designed to work on Big Red's oh-so-vast 3G network. Better still, Verizon has thrown in a SIM card in order to let it roam on networks outside of America, but the catch is one you probably saw coming: price. As with the company's international Wireless Fivespot, the data pricing options are patently absurd -- particularly so when you realize that you can never use the data you're paying for here unless you're using the netbook its embedded within. Other specs include a 1.3GHz AMD Athlon II Neo K325 processor, Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), 2GB of DDR3 memory, ATI's Mobility Radeon HD 4225 GPU, a 1366 x 768 resolution, inbuilt webcam and Altec Lansing speakers. Verizon's trying to hawk this thing for $199.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate with a new two-year customer agreement on a Mobile Broadband plan, while the standard version sells for just $250 more; worse still are the data plans, which mirror those found earlier in the week on the Fivespot. We'd tell you that they're detailed in full after the break, but seriously, why would you voluntarily view something that would bring you to tears?