Mini laptops and netbooks have taken the computer market by storm. It was only two short years ago that the first true netbook, the Asus Eee PC, hit the market providing users with a scaled down, affordable laptop option. To be certain, the netbook has its limitations and shouldn't be confused with the traditional full-featured laptop designed to run resource-heavy applications and games.

Once this fact has been accepted, however, it's clear that netbooks have an advantage over their full sized predecessors as a lightweight, highly portable computing option for those looking to access the web, chat with friends or run rich Internet applications. With the recent popularity of brightly colored laptop computers, manufacturers have began producing a wide variety of mini pink laptops and netbooks to satisfy the demand.

The world's second largest computer manufacturer, Dell, has made a big push in the netbook arena by introducing their Mini line of Dell netbooks. As the name suggests, these computers are definitely miniature in size, with the lightest version weighing in at less than 3 pounds. Although the computer is small it certainly packs a punch. In fact, most models contain a generous 160GB hard drive, integrated web cam, internal WiFi and optional Bluetooth and GPS connectivity.

In terms of hard wired connections, the Mini line contains 2 USB ports, an Ethernet port, audio jacks and even an HDMI out jack to play your favorite movies on an external screen. The computer itself looks sharp and can be purchased in a variety of eye catching colors including (PRODUCT) RED and Promise Pink. Perhaps the most attractive feature is the price, which ranges between just $300 and $400 dollars.

Source by Conrad Murphy