According to Digitimes, Hewlett-Packard and Dell have "significantly reduced their investments" in the development and production of 10" Pine Trail netbooks. HP might cut the size altogether, Digitimes reports, focusing instead on its 11.6" netbooks. Sales for the 10" machines haven't been strong—Dell's 10" did,…
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You can now configure Dell's latest netbook with a 1366x768 screen, which is big enough to handle 720p vids. No word on the other supposedly forthcoming extras, though.
The Dell Mini 10, the Mini 9's successor, which is due to start shipping later this week will come with a "fixed" 1GB of RAM, meaning, it won't be upgradable according to Dell. Does this mean that the RAM is soldered in, or fixed on the motherboard? Anyways, it's probably a result of the netbook licensing limitations…
If you were interested in the Dell Mini 10, Dell's latest netbook catered to playing back 720p video, it'll be available starting at $400 later this month. Specs include:
Dell's announcements at CES this year were extremely light on the details, but the Mini 10, with its 720p 16:9 screen and potential built-in TV tuner caught our eye. Now, more details have leaked.
The Dell Mini 10 was the other announcement at today's Dell event that wasn't the Adamo, and it actually has some decent features, which include a 720p screen with end-to-end glass and a TV Tuner.