Dell has announced that it will be updating its popular Mini 10 netbook range, with Intel’s new Pine Trail platform.
From the 5th of January in the US and the 7th of January in the rest of the world Dell will be selling a new version of their Mini 10 netbook, and it will features Intel’s new Atom N450 processor.
The new Dell Mini 10 will replace the current Mini 10 which features an Intel Atom Z520 processor, and the Mini 10v which features the Intel AtomN270 processor.
The New Mini 10 will come with a choice of either Windows 7 Starter edition, or Windows XP, there will also be a Linux version available with Ubuntu9.04 but this wont ship until February.
Along with the new processors, Dell has made a couple of modification to the Mini 10 netbook, which include a minor chassis face lift and textured palm rest area, which is supposedly more fingerprint resistant.
The new Dell Mini 10 will be available from the 7th of January 2010 for $299.