Wednesday, May 27th 2009

HP Expands Netbook Lineup with Mini 1101 and 110 XP/Mi

HP added two more netbooks to its growing lineup, the Mini 1101 and Mini 110. The latter has two variants: Mini 110 XP and Mini 110 Mi. Both these models feature 10.1 inch LED screens. Users can choose between Atom N270 and N280, with as much as 1 GB of memory, 160 GB HDD, and Intel GMA 950 graphics.

The Mini 110 XP offers a few exclusive features. Users can opt for a 32 GB SSD and WLAN. It comes with Broadcom Crystal HD Enhanced Video Accelerator, that provides smooth playback of HD video at resolutions of 1080p. It comes with Windows XP Home SP3 pre-installed. The Mini 110 Mi is physically identical, except for that it comes with a popular Linux distribution pre-installed, and allows users to opt for a 250 GB HDD or 2 GB of system memory. The Mini 1101 will retail in June with a base price of US $329. The Mini 110 Mi, with Linux, will be priced significantly lower, at $279.

Source: Engadget
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3 Comments on HP Expands Netbook Lineup with Mini 1101 and 110 XP/Mi

#1
iStink
hd video support is cool and everything but these companies need to listen the hell up:

WE WANT ION
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captainskyhawk
by: iStink
hd video support is cool and everything but these companies need to listen the hell up:

WE WANT ION
blame intel
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iStink
by: captainskyhawk
blame intel
i sent them a letter telling them they are mean!
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