The netbook market was pretty much started by Asus when it launched its first Eee back in late 2007. It took a while for major computer makers like Dell to get in on the netbook action, but eventually they did.
Dell's Mini 10 netbook has been on the market for a while now and has helped the computer giant become one of the largest shippers of netbooks around. The Mini 10 is rumored to be set to get a new WiMax option. WiMax is currently available in a few select areas in America.
The WiMax capability seems to be the only new feature of the Mini 10 that has tipped up. That should mean the rest of the machine is the 10.1-inch 1024 x 600, Intel Atom N450 running machine we are familiar with. In case you aren't familiar the Mini 10 has Windows 7 Starter, Atom N450 CPU, 1GB of RAM, and a 250GB HDD.