Dell Inspiron Mini 10 laptop battery|Li-ion F144M batteries
This DELL replacement battery pack is a 4800mAh, 11.10, rechargeable, removable, Li-ion battery designed to work with DELL Inspiron 11z. The Hi-Quality battery meets or exceeds original manufacturer specifications for the DELL Inspiron 11z Laptop Battery in quality, durability, and performance. Li-ion batteries do not suffer from the memory effect. They generally last between 300-500 charge/discharge cycles. All laptop batteries are tested for 100% quality control assurance. This battery for DELL Inspiron 11z includes a one year warranty. We offer a 30 day money back guarantee and fast shipping on all of our products.
The InspironTM Mini 10 and Mini 10v are everything you want in a mobile companion and much more. Their highly portable, sharp design is complete with excellent wireless and entertainment features, making the Mini 10 and Mini 10v exactly what you are looking for in a best friend. And with 6 color options and 5 artist designs3, you can customise your companion at a price that is more than satisfying. The Inspiron Mini 10 and Mini 10v are designed to give you access to your favourite entertainment. When you are on the go, you can still be connected to email2, shopping and more.
A bright 10.1", seamless1 widescreen display surface with a 16:9 aspect ratio is designed to present websites without lots of left-right scrolling, as well as with a smoother line of sight.
The Inspiron Mini 10 and Mini 10v make it even easier to stay connected2 to your world wherever you go. The new internal 802.11b/g WiFi connection brings you wireless technology as well as optional Bluetooth? 2.1. And the Inspiron Mini 10 and Mini 10vÃ�ï¿½Ã�Â¢Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½s small, virtually weightless design lets you travel light while keeping up with your blog, video chat, instant messenger and email so that you never lose touch with your family and friends.
Store your music, photos and more on the go. While the Inspiron Mini 10 and Mini 10v offer up multiple hard drive options and 1GB of memory5, you can also keep your files online! We've partnered with Box.net6 to provide 2GB of free Internet storage for every Inspiron Mini 10 and Mini 10v customer. Store, access, collaborate and share any type of file through a secure, simple and intuitive web browser experience. Plus, you can purchase larger accounts to store more files.
The Mini 10 and Mini 10vÃ�ï¿½Ã�Â¢Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½s keyboards are so easy to use. At 92% the size of a traditional laptop keyboard, your fingers will be pleased with the Mini 10 and Mini 10vÃ�ï¿½Ã�Â¢Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½s keyboards. And with a multi-touch track pad, youÃ�ï¿½Ã�Â¢Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½Ã�Â¯Ã�Â¿Ã�Â½ll have an easy time navigating. Plus, it's spill-resistant, in case an accident happens. Our online backup service offers data protection by enabling customers to backup data to a safe, remote storage site using a broadband connection. Dell DataSafe Online is easy, flexible and secure. Set up and forget it for backup of data and help protecting against software, hardware and catastrophic failure.
After some initial trepidation, Dell's ploughing full steam ahead with its netbook division. We've already seen the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 and Inspiron Mini 12, and, as of 26 February, we'll also be getting our mitts on the Inspiron Mini 10.
The Mini 10 is Dell's first netbook to feature a 16:9, 10.1-inch display, so it should be slightly less fiddly than the Mini 9, but more portable than the Mini 12. There's no word on dimensions yet, but, according to Dell, it'll weigh 1.3kg, and have a keyboard that is 92 per cent the size of those you'd find on full-sized laptops, so typing should be a breeze.
The Mini 10 will come in a range of colours, including black, white, red, pink, blue and green. Internally, it'll feature a choice of 120GB or 160GB hard drives, 1GB of RAM, Windows Vista, and an as-yet-unnamed CPU. Later in the year, users will get the option of Ubuntu 8.04, mobile broadband or GPS modules, 2GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive.
1. Extremely light weight. its very lightweight, and easy to carry round everywhere with you.
2. Decent size harddrive
3. Hyper Threading CPU
4. Very power efficient. Only runs on 30watts makes for a small power supply.
5. Runs all of my basic Windows and Java based office application.
6. Build quality is very solid.
7. Full compatibility with all of my USB devices, including pro audio interfaces.
8. Runs Linux
9. Could use more shared video ram.
10. screen resolution is great
11. Overall nicer design than other netbooks
12. Seamless display is pleasing
13. Keyboard is comfortable. the keyboard is quite big, seeing as it is a very small laptop.
14. Touch pad is responsive
15. fast setup
17. Connecting with Friends, charging my juke cellphone, playing old games, gps road search, movies (low-resolution)
18. it looks very cute, and as you can have it in any colour you want, its ideal for me.
19. the webcam is very good, not blurry at all.
20. its fast to startup, because my last laptop didnt startup very quick atall.
I was a little worried at first; but it suprised me that it was everything I thought it would be. I have a Vostro 1710 for work which gets too big to lug around. This is perfect to take with me anywhere. I can get on the net, check e-mail or pay bills online. It's got plenty of power for what I need, all though I will upgrade the RAM since it's the mini 10v. Do your self a favor; It works great with the Dell Bluetooth travel mouse I have.
I haven't had my mini for to long but i really love it! I was worried about getting it and having nothing but trouble with it and I haven't. I love that it is small so I can take it places with me in my purse. I don't really like being on the computer a lot. I mainly got it for school it works great for a college student. If you want a computer and your not on it all the time and just want it for basic needs or for school this is the perfect computer for you!
Excellent computer for college use! No Microsoft Office unless you buy it, but Works is just fine. The bluetooth wasn't able to find my Moto Razr, but I don't care, it's an old phone anyway. I rate this computer as a 5 because it was the processing speed I need, the memory will suffice for now, and as long as I have a good internet connection I'm set. Sound files work great with external speakers. DVDs work just fine with a good external driver, and videos on youtube or other sites work good with good net connection. the Mini can be hooked up to larger monitor or tv!
Overall a good product. I bought this to take to work with me as my dell studio 17 was too big to fit on my desk. I am curently finishing my degree on line so I find this helpful for working on my papers and connecting to the internet. Ipod video playback is a little jumpy. But the light weight and long lasting dell Alienware M17X laptop battery (i have the 6 cell) suits my need as if i'm gona game I'll use my other laptop, For the price a good deal. Good for travel as I recently took this on vaccation and has no problem connecting to the wireless net work at the timeshare.
I bought this mini to replace my 14" laptop which screen crashed. Since I am a flight crew I wanted something lighter weight, but would do all the things like my larger laptop. surf the net, email, slingbox, word documents. Well this machine does it all. I can watch my baseball live using my slingbox. I check email, surf the net and use microsoft office. I was afraid it was going to be slow; this machine if faster than my 14" laptop, and my larger laptop had a duel core processor, 2gb ram. I would recommend this mini to any and all who want a great netbook, weighing less than 3 pounds. Mini-10V with LED screen upgrade only. N-270 atom core; 1GB RAM; 160gb hard drive; 3-cell ASUS Battery; 1.3 mega-pixel web cam. Pro: Ultra portable, fashionable; still roomy enough to type; connects wi-fi spot with no hassal; best communication via instant messager web cam.
I ordered a mini10v with the thought of using it for travel. However, as soon as I began using it I realized that compared to my XPS m1330--well, this mini just won't do at all. It gets quite warm quickly, which my XPS doesn't at all, even after long usage. I knew the screen would be small but....it's just too small for me. The mini is also very slow and it seems to be because of programs running in the background. I just don't have time, nor the inclination, to work with this mini when the XPS is perfect. I'll just carry the XPS along instead. For the money....get this mini for your children...for real work--get an XPS m1330.
I will say that I was mostly pleased withmy Mini 10. The size was perfect, and even with my large hands I found the keyboard to be easy to type on. After tweaking the touch pad settings, including disabling most of the gestures (I could never get them to work reliably, and they mostly interfered with simple scrolling) I found it worked better than all the other laptops I've used. The case was nicely designed and looked significantly sharper than all the other netbooks I've seen.
However, I feel the lack of upgradeable RAM at purchase/after purchase to be a significant flaw. Yes, there will be people that argue, "Hey, this is a netbook! Get over it! If you want more RAM, get a different laptop!" But, I would argue that having more RAM improves the experience of any computer, even one that is mostly suited for web browsing, typing, and other less-intensive tasks. With more RAM, less stuff has to be constantly written out of RAM and off to the disk cache, which on a computer as underpowered (compared to a Core 2 Duo system) as this one would be a significant improvement. Especially since I can't stand XP (which is now 8 years old) and want to run Windows 7, 2GB RAM is almost a requirement. Alas, Dell has had the upgrade listed as "coming soon" ever since the Mini 10 was announced, and repeated attempts to find out when it will be available yield nothing.
The mini 10 works fine for email and basic web surfing, and for Skype when overseas. However the computer is extremely poor at any video rendering. I've tried iTunes, my Mino Flip, Vimeo and YouTube. Video performance is jittery at best, and more often than not is simply at a standstill. While you may not want your computer for watching any video, the truth is that video is incorporated into many websites and your experience will be poor. Tech support was not much help in this regard. I'd recommend looking at other products for a netbook. Dell may be working on additional drivers that could solve some of these problems, but that remains to be seen. One other minor note - the computer came right from the box smugded and dirty, requiring me to clean it even before its first use. Production should take a lesson or two from the competitors' handbook.
I have had my Dell Mini 10, I call it Mini Mouse, for little over a month now and I have to say that I'm impressed. I went with the HD display and bluetooth and I must say that it looks superb. I hooked it up to a HDMI to DVI cord and am typing this up from an external keyboard and a 19in Samsung monitor that is set to 1440x900 and these isn't any lag. I did upgrade the HDD to a 500gig 7200rpm one and I have tons of music and movies on iTunes. I use it to since my iPhone and my iPod. I run Office 07, edit pictures with Photoshop Elements 7, play Hoyle Casino 05 and Hoyle Board Games 05, Rosetta Stone, Zinio digital magazine reader to name a few. I use an AT&T data card so I'm alway connected. It is nice and light, I get about 3hrs of battery life and a lot of "oohs" and "aahs" at the job; everyone wants one.
This is a great traveling computer. I am extremely happy with it. You have to realize that you give up something to get it this small and light, i.e., screen space. But if you have the need for a travel computer, and you don't like to lug around your regular laptop, it is well worth it, and cheap too.
You don't really have to add much on. A wireless mouse is nice, and since the standard battery only last 2 hours, you may wish to consider paying for the bigger dell Inspiron 11z battery. I think I should have done that.
Also you will need an external DVD/CD drive which Dell has one specifically for this computer. I tried one not from Dell and for some reasons it didn't work.
I started out looking at external hard drives and then decided to get a netbook when the mini 10 came out. Now I have all of my personal files in one place with the added benefit of a very portable computer. The biggest plus is being able to use a lot of my older accessories that use 32-bit drivers while upgrading my main system to 64-bit. The screen is beautiful and easy to see, size of the keyboard is perfect, and the trackpad is the best I've ever seen. In fact, it is the only trackpad that I have ever been able to use. I didn't think I would use the hdmi. But I use it all the time. Download a tv show, connect it to the tv, and watch it in full screen.
The Mini 10v has been a pleasant surprise. The 10" size is just right, the power is perfectly adequate for regular use (web browsing, email, music, word processing), the screen is bright and the images and text are crisp. The wireless adapter has great range and the audio from this little unit has been surprisingly good. You can't beat the price, either! I think that Dell has gotten the formula right when it comes to the keyboard and trackpad. Realizing that this isn't a full sized laptop and they only had a certain amount of room to work with, the size and functionality is a great compromise. Thanks Dell for a great product that has a good combination of features. You can't beat the price, either.
've only had my 10" screen for a day, and love it. It is clear, is very light and easy to handle, but I simply cannot use the touch pad and it is the most awful one I've ever had to get used to. The screen is so small I can barely read it and it gives me headaches. If you are far sighted, stay away from it. I don't yet know how to use the magnifier so I can see, but I may have to do something with the screen resolution in order to see better. Not sure yet. Overall, though, it was a great investment.
The absence of a CD/DVD drive is not a problem if you copy applications to a USB drive, transfer them to the Mini 10v and install. Wish it has: 1. upgradable memory (but someone did say on one of the comments that if you need a lot of cpu power and memory power - this is probably not the laptop for you. If you are into some gaming that requires some amount of graphics interface - then it isnt for you.
I did notice that I tried to play a couple of dvd movies from my collection via an eternal cd/dvd rw and well - it was freezing a lot and lags a lot. It got on my nerves. I tried to watch an online movie like from Netflix and that was a LOT better. I also stoppeda a lot of services from running and configured the laptop to use memory for top performance rather than allowing Windows to manage the virtual memory.
I've only had this netbook for about two 1/2 weeks and I'm utterly in love with it. It's amazingly portable( acer AS07A71 lapotp battery), fast enough for me, and it's perfect for a college bound student. I love the fact that you can choose your own color and even though the 1GB memory issue can get annoying I try not to worry about it. It hasn't become a huge issue to me so I don't really care. It is strange getting used to the itty bitty screen since the last laptop I had was a 17" screen but not at all an issue. Overall I absolutely love this netbook.
I bought this a couple of weeks ago(FFUJITSU FPCBP144 battery). It works fabulously. Thanks to the SD-MMC slot and a 16G card, I can carry with me a few files (I have been paperless for a year and a half; most of my files are now substantially digitized), more than enough for what I need to bring home for the weekend or to court for a trial.
For long stints at court, I bring both my regular laptop, for the larger keyboard, and the Mini, which I use as a viewer only. The rest of the time, I only carry the Mini with me. At home, and sometimes away from home, I use it to read my ebooks.
I am basically never far from it; more accurately, it is never far from me, as it travels extremely well. The battery lasts longer than is needed for the typical client interview or business meeting.
The base features on this netbook are very good , the 1.6Ghz Atom processor is very responsive and quick, it only has 1 GB of RAM but that is all you can expect on a netbook in todays market. The HD is 120 GB which is very large indeed for a 10 inch netbook and more than I'll ever need since I have a ton of storage on my other computers. I have found that the keyboard, although not nearly as comfortable as on higher end laptops , is very responsive
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