Features available today on the Inspiron Mini 10 include:
• Sleek design and starting weight of only 1.3 kgs.*
• Roomy keyboard – 92 percent of full-size for comfort and ease of use.
• Multi-touch gestures touchpad – navigate the screen using simple movements to rotate, scroll and zoom documents and photos.
• 10.1″ WSVGA “edge-to-edge” 16:9 widescreen display.
• HDMI output for enhanced entertainment connectivity
• Internal WiFi.
• Built-in Webcam.
• Windows XP.
• 1 GB RAM* standard and 160GB* hard drive, providing ample capacity for mobile applications, content creation and storage.
• Obsidian Black and Alpine White will be available on launch, with other colours to follow.
• Available in Australia in the first half of March, with a starting price of $799.
• Dell Remote Access is designed to link directly to home-based digital materials from any Web-connected device.1
• Dell offers exclusive online file storage – ranging from a free basic plan with 2GB* of storage space to 100 GB* – providing Inspiron Mini users with a simple way to manage their digital lives.
• Mini 10 optional features planned for later this year include:
• Internal digital TV tuner, HD resolution and external USB DVD player options for an optimized video entertainment experience.
• Internal GPS.
• Popular Design Studio images to express personal style.
Let’s us see how this will perform in the market, considering the trends and competitions in the mini-PC industry is getting crowded and dealt with price war.