Dell have recently unveiled a new version of their Mini 10 netbook, this netbook is pretty similar to previous versions, however now feature an Intel Pine Trail N450 processor.
These Pine Trail processors not only outperform previous Atom processors, but they also consume less power, therefore these netbooks will feature a longer battery life (apparently offering up to 9.5 hours of run time).
This particular Atom chip runs at 1.66Ghz, other specifications worth mentioning include 1GB of RAM, the choice between a 160GB and 250GB hard drive and a 10.1 inch LCD offering a resolution of 1024×600, or an optional upgrade to a screen that offers a resolution of 1366×768.
These netbooks will become available in January starting at $299, as we hear a more definite release date we will keep you informed, for more details check out SlashGear.
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