Just got my 10v today. Also have a 9 but the 10v blows it away. I'll post a followup soon about Win7 and some driver tricks I figured out.
One thing strange about the 10v is that the AC adapter has a three-prong plug. The 9 has a 2-prong plug with the prongs oriented perpendicular to the direction used on the 10v. As a result, the 9 AC adapter doesn't block the second wall outlet, while the 10v does. Other than that, the shape of the AC adapter is the same for both, and the power ratings are the same:
Input: 100-240V, 0.8A, 50-60Hz
So my question is, does anyone have a guess as to why they went with a three prong plug on the 10v? And given that the input and output power ratings are the same, would there be any problem using the 2-prong (ungrounded) mini 9 AC adapter on the 10v?
Thanks - Keith
Mini 10v | Atom N270 | 60GB OCZ Vertex SSD | 2 GB RAM | Webcam | Bluetooth | Win 7 Build 7100
Mini 9 | Atom N270 | 16GB SSD | 2 GB RAM | Webcam | Bluetooth | Win 7 Build 7100 (SOLD)
Latitude E6500 | Core 2 Duo P9500 | 250GB SATA | 4 GB RAM | Webcam | Bluetooth | Win XP SP3