Excerpt: Dell, the name that brought us some serious quality products over the years sent us a netbook from their Inpsiron Mini series. It’s small, it’s cute, and it's Atom-based. The netbook market has some insane choices and more are welcome. So here is our review of the Dell Inspiron Mini 10v. Design and ergonomics. The model comes in many colors – we received a black model.
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