A few retailer slip-ups
aside, we haven't heard a whole lot about the Dell Mini 10
since it was unveiled at CES, but it looks like that's now starting to change, with this supposedly authentic slide offering some further details on the netbook. Among the new bits of information is word that the Mini 10 will apparently have two display options: the 1366 x 768 option we heard about initially, and a more conventional 1024 x 576 WSVGA option for those less concerned with 720p content. You'll also apparently be able to get your choice of 1.3GHz or 1.6GHz Atom processors, one of six different color options, a 3-cell or 6-cell battery, and apparently even an "optional DVD slice," although there's unfortunately no pics or further details on it. There's also still no word on a price or release date, but let's hope those details are the next to surface, officially or otherwise.