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Dell Mini 10

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Overall 8

Dell Mini 10 (1012)

19 April 2014
  • Summary: The Dell Mini 1012 has some well-implemented features that make it stand out above the sea of competing netbooks. We like the great display, big keyboard and fantastic build quality. It's a little on the pricey side, but if you're in the market for a good quality netbook, the 1012 is unlikely to disappoint
  • Cons: Tiny trackpad; a little pricey.
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Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G w/ T-Mobile Review

16 December 2010
  • Excerpt: While the iPad may have stolen some thunder from the world of netbooks, there are still plenty of small and portable devices with Windows 7 and a keyboard ready to deliver on the go productivity and in the case of the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G from T-Mobile, do it with the speed of 4G. We already took a look at how fast T-Mobile 4G is and now we are diving in deeper to see how the actual netbook that’s connecting to it holds up.
  • Pros: Sturdy Design, 4G Connection built in (3G as well), Price, though it comes with a 2-year contract
  • Cons: 2 year contract, Can’t handle Hulu, 4G only in limited cities
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Overall 6

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (T-Mobile)

LAPTOP Magazine
4 May 2010
  • Summary: If you were to buy the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 directly from Dell with the same specs as the $199 T-Mobile model, you’d pay $329. That’s a savings of $130. But in exchange for that savings you’ll wind up spending $960 over the next two years just for data. That sounds like a lot for a netbook—and it is—but it’s still considerably less than what other carriers charge for their mobile broadband plans.
  • Pros: Fastest 3G speeds yet from a netbook, Data plan is 20 less per month than other carriers, Long battery life, Comfortable keyboard, Loud speakers,
  • Cons: Awkward touchpad, Performance is a bit sluggish, Mediocre video performance, Runs hot,
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Overall 8

Expert Review

1 April 2010
  • Excerpt: This sturdy netbook delivers excellent battery life, not to mention color options and one of the best keyboards we've seen.
  • Pros: Gorgeous design, Long battery life, Superior keyboard, Color options, LoJack, security extras
  • Cons: Mouse buttons take getting used to, Stuttery streaming video, Mediocre Webcam
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Overall 7

Dell Inspiron Mini 10s (HD)

PC Magazine
25 March 2010
  • Conclusion: The Dell Mini 10s (HD) piles on features better than any other netbook at this price, but a poor navigating experience and second-tier battery life hold it back from stardom.
  • Pros: Feature-rich. Improved design. Bigger keyboard. Inexpensive, given the feature set. 1,366-by-768 resolution.
  • Cons: Irritating navigating experience. No HDMI Out with HD display.
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Dell Inspiron Mini 10 reviewed

13 March 2010
  • Excerpt: Table of contents « Prev All Pages Next » Dell Inspiron Mini 10 reviewed Input Devices, Ergonomics Benchmarks and Conclusion
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Overall 7

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (Broadcom)

LAPTOP Magazine
9 March 2010
  • Summary: The addition of the Broadcom Crystal HD Media Accelerator chip and a high-def screen for $40 makes the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 a solid choice for those who want increased performance with their netbooks. Even though this system costs $20 more than a similarly configured HP Mini 210, you get much better battery life. However, the Mini 10’s integrated touchpad buttons and excess heat give us pause.
  • Pros: Distinctive design with several color options, Comfortable keyboard, HD video playback, Relatively loud speakers, 8 hours of battery life,
  • Cons: Higher price point than other netbooks, Finicky touchpad, Bottom runs a bit hot, Sluggish boot time,
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Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Pine Trail netbook review

25 January 2010
  • Summary: The new Dell Mini 10 is a bit thicker and heavier than many contemporary laptops. It measures about 10.5″ x 9.2″ x 1.4″ and weighs just over 3 pounds with a 6 cell battery. But I appreciate the way Dell has designed the laptop so that it looks no different with a 6 cell battery than with a lower capacity 3 cell battery. The shiny, but fingerprint-free lid is also a nice touch.
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Overall 7

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 (Pine Trail)

LAPTOP Magazine
20 January 2010
  • Summary: The Inspiron Mini 10 is a solid netbook, especially for those who want to customize the look of their systems and trick it out with plenty of options. It offers a more attractive chassis than its predecessor, better audio and video performance, and over 9 hours of battery life—nearly double the previous generation. Plus, the $369 configuration is cheaper than most other Pine Trail netbooks, with the Acer Aspire One 532h ($349) being the exception.
  • Pros: Distinctive design with several color options, Comfortable keyboard, Relatively loud speakers, Over 9 hours of battery life, Lots of optional bells and whistles,
  • Cons: Finicky touchpad, Runs a bit hot, Somewhat sluggish boot time,
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Overall 7

Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Netbook

good house keeping
16 September 2009
  • Excerpt: Our testers' style favorite, the Inspiron Mini 10 comes in seven solid colors, or it can be customized with any of five patterns
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