The majority of Dell Mini 10vs (and 10s) use 1024x576 displays. This is 24 pixels shorter than most netbooks (even the Mini 9). This kind of screen is 16:9, which is the aspect ratio used most in widescreen TV. Most widescreen computer displays use a very similar ratio, 16:10, which is better suited for productivity since it can display 2 complete A4 pages. 16:9 is better if media consumption is key, since it is the resolution used for widescreen PAL (if square pixels are used). 16:9 is not recognised as a widescreen aspect ratio by most older programs, although Windows, Mac OS X and Linux can. I think that there is a way of stretching 1024x768 onto the screen, but that will look very strange.