Dell Inspiron Mini 10 announced

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 announced

After the Inspiron Mini 9 was launched, Dell moved up and skipped the 10-inch segment altogether and pushed for the 12-incher. Turns out they’re just souping up the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 for CES 2009.

And when I say souped-up, I meant getting a TV tuner, plus integrated GPS and 3G as well as multi-touch support.



Specs for the Inspiron Mini 10 include:
Intel Atom 1.6GHz Z530 CPU
10.1-inch 16:9 HD 720p display (edge-to-edge)
WiFi 802.11n
3-in-1 Card Reader
TV-tuner (USB accessory)Â

No specifics on storage or RAM but we’re expecting 1GB and 80GB HDD as basic specs with options to upgrade both. Plus, Dell will paint the Mini 10 with a plethora of colors — 8 in all.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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10 Responses

  1. Huan22 says:

    Simple design, basic specs, ideal for those who just use their computers in emails, typing reports and browsing the net. How much is this?

  2. Kenneth says:

    Looks simple, as well with the specs.

  3. calvin says:

    looks more like dell than their first netbook.

  4. calvin says:

    looks more like dell than their first netbook. errr… i think the keyboard is also the same? no dedicated F-keys?

  5. clickmind says:

    it has other good features though… =)

  6. pinkhighheels says:

    love this laptop. been waiting for it for months. i hope to finally be able to buy one soon. though the one offered on the dell website doesn’t have a TV tuner yet and is only 160gb though i read somewhere that there’ll be a 250gb soon.

  7. Natasha says:

    I love white… How much is it in the market?

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