The rumored Dell Mini Inspiron (AKA: Inspiron 910) gets more details, as the guys at Gizmodo have managed to put their hands on the web documentation, including specs, pricing and some new images. As reported, the new Inspiron 910 features an 8.9-inch WSVGA TL screen (1024 x 600), 3-in-1 card reader, 512MB/1024MB DDR2 internal memory, three USB2.0 ports, RJ-45 Ethernet connection, VGA output, a 1.3M built-in webcam and more. Today, we can be certain it is equipped with an Intel Atom-based 1.6GHz N270 processor with 945GME chipset and runs either Windows XP Home or Ubuntu Linux OS. In addition, we learn it has a flash SSD drive with storage capacities, ranged from 4GB up to 16GB. Release date is expected to August 22nd with a competitive $299 starting price. Stay tuned, we definitely look forward to see this one in action.

Update: The Wall Street Journal reports that the Dell Inspiron 910 Mini netbook is set to to be released on Thursday the 4th for less than $400.

[via Gizmodo]

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