Dell has just updated its specification options for its Pine-Trail based Mini 10 netbook with what it calls the "Performance Plus" configuration.
The higher performing model makes use of Broadcom's Crystal HD chip to assist in giving high-definition video acceleration so that less CPU cycles are pulled from the little Atom.
Other specs include a 10-inch screen capable of outputting a resolution of 1366x768 and an audio controller with support for SRS DSP audio effects. Also improved on is HDD capacity, going from the 160GB HDD on the base model to 250GB.
You can now choose the Performance Plus pack for the Mini 10 on Dell's website at about $410.