Dell Introduces the Mini 10V

The Dell Mini 10V is a more affordable version of Dell’s Inspiron Min 10. It features a 10.1 inch screen, an Intel Atom N270 Processor (1.6GHz/533Mhz FSB/512K cache–faster than the standard Mini 10′s 1.33GHz), a 120GB hard drive, 1GB RAM, and comes with Windows XP or Ubuntu. It’s as thin as 1.1 inches and weighs as little as 2.5 pounds. The Mini 10V netbook comes with a 92% size keyboard and a 16:9 aspect ratio. There’s a webcam included as well and the minilaptop comes with a one year warranty. It’s comparable to Dell’s Mini 10′s but does so at a $50-$150 discount.

Dell Mini 10v

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As with all Dell’s there are plenty of upgrade options, for example you can switch the 120GB HD for an 8GB SSD with Ubuntu systems, or upgrade to a 160GB HD for $25 or 16GB for $30. 6-cell battery upgrade is also available. You can also choose from quite a few colors: Obsidian Black (default), Alpine White, Ice Blue, Jade Green, New Cherry Red, Passion Purple, and Promise Pink, which includes a donation to Komen for the Cure. Bluetooth is also available. As is a Wireless H upgrade (though I am not sure who would need that–802.11g is standard).

Here’s the official link: Introducing the new Inspiron Mini 10v! A great value, starting at only $299.

Update: Use coupon code “ZL8GCRDBC$F3BH” to cut price to $284. (Expires May 29) (Source:

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2 Responses to “Dell Introduces the Mini 10V”

  1. I am satisfy with Mini 10V configuration, whereas, i need laptop (mini) without web cam.

    Kindly quote the same with any abudhabi local selling agent.

  2. I’m not sure of agents in Abu Dhabi, but maybe you could try Amazon or eBay with international shipping. Maybe try Dell’s ME office. Go to and click “Middle East” at the bottom of the screen. Hope this helps. Cheers, B

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