Summary: Dell's Mini 10v keeps a lot of the features of the more expensive Mini 10, while dropping the price to AU$549. It's one of only a handful of AU$600 netbooks that doesn't look and feel especially cheap.
Pros: Same basic chassis as Dell's more expensive netbooks, Very low entry price
Cons: Limited configuration options, Inset screen is not as nice as the Mini 10's edge-to-edge glass
Summary: While we regrettably couldn’t test the entry-level Ubuntu Linux version of the Dell Inspiron Mini 10v at £199, we did find that the Windows version at £249 preserved the essential features of the original Mini 10, such as the wide, flat keyboard.