Dell introduced the Inspiron Mini 1080 in Europe, this is a new 10.1" netbook with 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. The system is equipped with the Intel Atom N455 processor and features integrated graphics, 1GB DDR3 memory, Windows 7 Starter, and a 160GB or 250GB HDD. Pricing starts around 300EUR.
Launching today in Europe (and rolling out in other regions throughout the Fall), the new Mini 1018 is the latest addition to the Mini family – and the perfect addition to yours. Whether used to entertain the kids on long drives, do the weekly online grocery shop, or speak to family members across the miles, the Mini 1018 offers the netbook must-haves you need to get it done.
So where does the Mini 1018 fit in with the current Mini 1012? I like to think of the Mini 1018 as a hand mixer. Where am I going with this? I’ll explain. Some of us are casual bakers. We make a cake or cookies from time to time on a whim (or when the mother-in-law comes for a visit), but we leave the more complicated techniques to the experts. For us, the hand mixer is the ideal tool. It gives us enough speed and power to mix the ingredients and produce a delicious (if sometimes slightly lopsided) cake at a budget-friendly price. Starting from a sweet £279, the Mini 1018 is all about excellent connectivity, light productivity and entertainment. The Mini 1018 features a nimble Intel N455 Single Core processor, the addition of the latest DDR3 memory technology and broader connectivity with Wireless N as well as a spacious up to 250GB hard drive – meaning you can use this mini multi-tasker to connect, store and enjoy whenever, wherever.