Dell Inspiron Mini 1910 - Netbook Review

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For a price tag of over $ 500, one would certainly have second thoughts about dishing out cash from their pocket for the Dell Inspiron Mini 10. Let's try to see if the Mini 10 would be worth the price.

For anyone who recognizes the Dell Inspiron Mini 12, would they agree that the Mini 10 has the same appearance as his older brother, but the Mini 10 a sleeker design compared with the Mini 12 has. This little gadget is only 1.3 mm thick and 7.2 inches wide. It is also very lightweight, weighing only 2.6 pounds. For his size, but the Mini 10 packs a powerful punch: there is even a TV tuner complete with an antenna unit packaged in the gadget.

Dell has apparently paid much attention to the Mini 10's design. The manufacturer had a sufficiently large 10 Mini keyboard computing easy and comfortable for the user. For aesthetics, the exterior of the Mini 10 sports a glossy finish. The covers are round. Fashion-savvy users will be pleased to find that the chassis comes in white, green, pink and blue colors.

Enough of the outside world, but now let's look at the inside of this thin notebook. The Mini 10 is powered with a Z530 processor running at a speed of 1.6 GHz. What this apart from other notebooks in its class is that it has better graphics processing. The Z-series chipset supports high quality video playback, making it capable of supporting a number of less demanding games. For performance in everyday tasks, the undisputed power of the Mini 10.

Other features of the Mini netbook on a 160 gigabyte SATA hard drive, as well as Global Positioning Satellite unit.


Central Processing Unit: Intel Atom Z530 clocked at 1.6 GHz

RAM: 1 GB DDR-800 GB

Screen Display: 10.1 inch

Resolution: 1024 x 576 (expandable to 1333 x 768)

Size: 10.3 cm x 7.2 cm x 1.3 cm

Weight: 2.6 pounds

Disk space: 160 GB 5400 RPM SATA Hard Drive

Optical Drive: None

Battery life: 3 hours on a three-cell battery (expandable)

Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 500 with 64 MB


What we like about the Dell Inspiron Mini netbook is the fact that the user can upgrade the specifications. This means that if you believe the default configuration is not enough for your needs, you can upgrade some of the specifications to your requirements. For example, the default configuration assumes a resolution of 1024x768, but it can be increased to 1333x768. Other add-ons include an HDMI port and an optional mobile broadband.

Users will love the spacious keyboard in the Dell Inspiron Mini ten. There is enough room by room for the fingers, plus important keys are cast in their full size for easier access.

Another advantage of the Mini 10 is the 16:9 aspect ratio of the screen. This would be the black lines usually associated with watching films in other aspect ratios.


The main disadvantage of this netbook is the price. For less than $ 500 price range, the Mini will discourage most ten men. Plus, the improvement of the specifications definitely jack up the price tag. Unfortunately, not all can afford this otherwise beautiful laptop.

This netbook has a bit of an unusual touchpad. The spectators may lead to the conclusion that the right and the mouse buttons are missing, but actually they are integrated with the touchpad.


The Dell Inspiron is a more than competent mobile machine, but it's really a bit pricey for its class. While we love the fact that it is expandable, with more to spend might discourage more than one pair.

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