Dell’s officially introduced the Mini 10v today. This new netbook will serve as Dell’s low-end netbook and start at $299 at launch. The Mini 10v comes with 1GB of RAM, Intel Atom N270 or N280 processor and a range of storage options that include 8GB SSD, 16GB SSD, 120 HDD and 160GB HDD.
The Mini 10v doesn’t include a lot of features found on the Mini 10. Users who want more performance, better battery life and a higher-resolution screen should stick with the Mini 10.
Dell’s Brian Pitstick has a lot more to say about the Mini 10v:
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