Dell has not officially released the Inspiron Mini 10's pricing (which was unveiled at the Palm's Fantasy Tower back at CES right before they pulled the curtains off the Adamo) yet, but Tesco UK goes straight to the point of creating a product page, showing the world that the Inspiron Mini 10 netbook will retail for £349 - when converted, that would equal to roughly $479. Bear in mind pricing in the UK has always been slightly different compared to what the same device will cost Stateside, but at least we have a rough idea now. Features available on the Inspiron Mini 10 for UK folks are :-
- Intel Atom Silverthorne processor
- 1GB RAM
- 160GB hard drive
- Windows XP
There is no word on an actual shipping date although you can place a pre-order for one today. How much do you think the US version will cost, and are you looking forward to it?