The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 has been put through its paces by the people at Digital Home Thoughts, and here’s a quick summary of what they think about it, although you can find a much meatier review by going through 16 plus minutes of the video above.
As it stands now, I’d be more inclined to recommend an upgraded 10v, which uses the GMA950, rather than a regular Mini 10. The limitation there is that the 10v doesn’t allow for the 1366 x 768 resolution screen, so you’d have to make the call on which is more important to you: a higher-resolution screen or better video playback.
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