Dell Inspiron Mini 9 Review

Dell’s Inspiron Mini 9 is a lightweight laptop that runs on a Windows PC . Inspiron Mini is essentially a mini laptop or can be  in netbook spectrum, roughly the same size and weight as the Asus Eee PC 900 and smaller than HP’s rival 2133 Mini-Note PC..

The Inspiron Mini 9 is based on Intel’s 1.6GHz Atom processor and comes with 1Gb of memory and can hold a 16GB Flash solid state drive (SSD) with Windows, or an 8GB Flash SSD for the Linux version. It has a four-cell 32WHr lithium-ion battery pack.

It also have two USB ports and a Flash memory slot that would take SD Card, Memory Stick Pro and Multimedia Card Flash storage. It also includes an Ethernet port, VGA output, a third USB port and audio jack socket.

Looking at the Inspiron’s keyboard, it looks like reasonably good for typing, although many of the keys are smaller than on a standard laptop, such as the right hand shift key, the cursor (arrow) keys and the return key. It do not have rows of function keys at the top.

It consists of 8.9inches display with 1024 x 600 resolution. Dell is shipping the machine over loaded with tools and utilities. It also includes McAfee Security Center, Dell’s WebCam Central, Dell Video Chat and Google Desktop Search adding unnecessary load at boot-time.
The product is available for purchase only in retail counters for now

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Aditi is the founder and Chief Editor of RealGeek.com

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