The company unveiled the new products at a press conference at CES in Las Vegas, but gave only sparse details on the new laptop models.
As the name suggests, the Mini 10 has a 10in 16:9 ratio display and is based on a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor. According to Dell, it will also have an edge-to-edge keyboard, GPS, mobile broadband and 802.11n Wi-Fi.
Also shown at CES was the Adamo ultra-thin laptop. Dell gave away little about this model other than the name, but sources have said that it has a 13in display and compares favourably with Apple's MacBook Air, claimed as the thinnest laptop in the world when launched last year.
Dell has so far declined to give a date for availability of either the Inspiron Mini 10 or Adamo at the time of writing, but a spokesperson for the company told vnunet.com that more details should be forthcoming soon.
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