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Tuesday, 31 March 2009 09:14

Dell finally adds 720p display to Mini 10

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Only in the US so far

For those lucky enough to live in the US that have been waiting to get a Dell Inspiron Mini 10 with the new 1,366x768 display, the wait is over as the company has finally started to offer this as an upgrade option.

This makes the Dell Mini 10 the first 10-inch netbook with a screen that has a higher resolution than 1,024x600 that we're aware of. It also makes it one of only a handful of netbooks that can play back 720p video content at native resolution.

The upgrade will set you back US$35(€26.50/£24.50) which seems like a reasonable upgrade option for the money. Hopefully more netbook makers will follow Dell's lead on this one, as we're all for higher resolution displays on netbooks, not only for watching movies on them, but also for general usage such as browsing the web.
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