Summary: The Dell Inspiron Mini 12 might appeal if you want a netbook with a slightly larger display than normal. We'd think twice about buying the Ubuntu version, though -- it's simply too slow. The Vista model is quicker, but we can think of other netbooks that offer better features and value for money
Dell Inspiron Mini 12 - Intel Atom Processor Netbook Review
8 March 2014
Excerpt: Hvis sammenlignet med andre netbook som MSI Wind U100, for eksempel Dell Inspiron Mini 12 virkelig ser tynd. Den tykke er mindre end 1 tomme, netop 0,9 inches. Faktisk er størrelsen af skærmen, og hele kroppen omkring 2 inches mere dækkende end Wind U100.
Summary: The Dell Inspiron Mini 12 certainly breaks new ground by offering a bigger screen than any other netbook without adding much weight, and you'll get very good endurance with the six-cell battery.
The not-so mini Mini: is a regular notebook or a netbook?
Good Gear Guide.au
30 December 2009
Summary: Dell's Mini 12 is the first netbook that breaks the 10in screen barrier, while still managing to remain thin and light. The 1GB RAM limit is disappointing and some will scoff at a 12in notebook being dubbed a netbook, but the Mini 12 is reasonably priced and should appeal to plenty of users.
Pros: Large display, light and thin, good build quality, well-designed keyboard
Cons: A little large for a netbook, poor battery life, mediocre speakers, 1GB RAM limit
Excerpt: Dell's latest netbook is the Mini 12, which was previously called the Inspiron 1210. It's the biggest netbook yet, with a 12.1in screen, the same size as those used on many fully fledged ultra-portable laptops. The standard version comes with Windows XP Home installed on its small 80GB hard disk.
Excerpt: Dell’s new Dell Inspiron Mini-12 laptop is powered by 1.6 GHz Intel Ultra Low Voltage ATOM Z530 with 512-KB L2 Cache, 533 MHz FSB on Intel US15W Chipset Motherboard, and it offers 1-GB DDR2 667 MHz SDRAM (max 4-GB in 2 slots), a 80-GB 5400 rpm SATA hard drive and does not have any internal optical...