The Dell Inspiron Mini Series is a line of subnotebook / netbook computers designed by the American multinational technology company Dell, Inc. The series was introduced in September 2008 amidst the growing popularity of low-cost netbook computers introduced by competitors, and now consists of the Inspiron Mini 10v, Mini 10 and Mini 12; with the numbers representing the diagonal screen size in inches.
Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Netbook - Green Swirl limited edition Dell netbook with a bold green swirl cover design by Mike Ming. My netbook is #1450 of 6300 - I feel special. To make this more authentic, I'm writing and researching information for the review using the Dell netbook itself. Why purchase this model? I've owned Dell laptops for the past 3 years and am well acquainted with the devil in the details of Dell laptops. Professionally and personally … more
I always love the PC versus Mac debate, with each side getting hot under the collar and throwing extreme but absolutely true facts at each other, such as: PCs are wildly unstable. Macs are wildly overpriced. PCs are great gaming platforms. Macs are great in the media business. PCs are used by everyone. Mac owners are the sort of people who bought Betamax in the 80s. All true. But we're rapidly hitting the point of who cares? I first tried Linux last year, having avoided … more
Dell has been a great place to custom build a laptop or PC, and with the addition of the Dell Mini 9 and 10 inch netbooks, they have rounded out their product line. The Dell Mini is fully configurable, and uses the latest technology to bring customers a light-weight, responsive and enjoyable netbook. What is a netbook? How is that different from a laptop? Most laptops are desktop replacers. They have enough hard drive space, … more