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Dell has added an option to the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 order page order page for a higher resolution 10.1 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display. This makes the Inspiron Mini 10 the first netbook to be available with a 10 inch screen resolution higher than 1024 x 600, although the HP Mini 2140 high res screen should be available within the next few weeks.

The best news? The higher resolution screen will only set you back an extra $35.We’re still waiting for Dell to start offering some of the other options the company promised earlier this year including a built in GPS receiver and TV tuner.

via Engadget

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7 replies on “Dell Inspiron Mini 10 high-res display now available”

  1. if it had mouse buttons, i’d be interested. as it is, i’ll keep waiting to for the hp.

  2. Finally a standard netbook res >=1024×768 seems to be emerging. A good thing, definitely, and a step closer to my ideal netbook but I’m guessing the 950 chipset will be hopelessly mullered by the higher res when using the full extent of it.

    Still, not long to wait for GN40 *rocks*

  3. One thing I don’t like about Dell’s customization page is that they keep their linux versions of the mini 9/12 as a different thing that the winxp one. Why not join them in one and in the operating system tab put both options? I think that’s because MS likes it so.

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