The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 is already one of the most customizable netbooks on the market. It comes with options including a built in TV tuner, GPS receiver, and HD 1366 x 768 pixel display. Now Dell is offering customers the choice of configuring the netbook with 2GB of RAM.
Of course, it doesn’t qualify for a low cost Windows XP license once you slap more than 1GB of RAM in there, so you’ll have to configure the netbook with Windows Vista Home Basic. Or you could just buy a model with 1GB of RAM and Windows XP and upgrade it yourself. Update: Apparently that’s not an option with the Dell Mini 10, since the RAM is soldered to the motherboard.
The base price fo the Vista/2GB version is $429, so you could probably save a few bucks by doing a home upgrade anyway.
Hopefully Dell will also offer an option to configure the Mini 10 with 2GB of RAM and Ubuntu Linux in the future, which should help keep the price down. For now, the Vista/2GB model is only available in the US.