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Friday, 09 January 2009 23:26

Dell's Mini grows an inch

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Mini 10 announced, sports Z series Atom


During its press event at this year's CES, in addition to the ultra-thin Adamo, Dell has unveiled its new netbook, the Inspiron Mini 10.

The new, and larger Mini comes with a bigger 10-inch 16:9 HD 720p "edge-to-edge" screen, has a built-in TV tuner, integrated 3G and GPS and 802.11n wireless, "edge-to-edge" keyboard, unique multi-touch and gesture touchpad and Intel's Atom Z530 CPU. Dell already uses the Z530/Pulsbo on its Mini 12, but the Mini 9 was based on the Atom N270/945 combo.

As you may noticed, Dell really likes to use "edge-to-edge" and we guess that they wanted to say how the new Mini 10 is tightly and neatly packed. It will be available in various colors and designs, but the price and the availability date is tightly sealed inside a mystery box called Dell.

You can find more here.

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