It can be hard for companies to keep new products under wraps, and especially so when their resellers leak the products before their official launch. Such is the case with Tesco posting specs and images of the DellMini 10 prior to its UK launch.
If you have a new netbook in mind, the Mini 10 will sell for £349.00 or the same number of clubcard points. The rig runs on an Atom N270 and has 1GB of RAM. Other than a 10-inch screen, the machine has 160GB of storage, Wi-Fi and more.
Further inspection raises a few questions, the product title says N270, yet the details further down the page list the machine as using the Atom Z520 running at 1.33GHz. My money is on the N270.
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