Monday, January 23rd 2012

HP Debuts the Mini 1104 Cedar Trail-Powered Netbook

Number one PC maker HP has today introduced the Mini 1104, a new 10.1-inch netbook targeting mobile professionals and students. This machine is 0.89 inches thick and features a 1.6 GHz Atom N2600 dual-core processor, an LED-backlit (1024 x 600) display, 2 GB of RAM, Intel GMA 3600 graphics, a 320 GB (5400 RPM) hard drive, and a 93% full-sized (spill resistant) keyboard.

HP's netbook also packs 10/100 LAN, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0 (HSPA+ support is optional), a media card reader, a VGA webcam, a D-Sub output, three USB 2.0 ports, and a 3-cell (28 WHr) or 6-cell (55 WHr) battery.

The Mini 1104 starts at $399 and can be pre-loaded with Windows 7 (Starter, Home Premium or Professional) or FreeDOS.

Source: SlashGear
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8 Comments on HP Debuts the Mini 1104 Cedar Trail-Powered Netbook

Fishfaced Nincompoop
Are there any reviews on the Cedar Trail atoms out?
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I know this might sound a bit silly, but no gigabit?
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Well, in my book that won't even qualify for OLPC Scrapbook . :toast:
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Too much for too little...
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TPU addict
ColdRush said:
Too much for too little...
yeah could get a laptop for that much.
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The bezel around the screen looks like crap. Put in a larger screen.

I hate tiny netbooks, all they manage to do is piss me off, lower performance, tiny screen, shitty keyboards, and few connections. Buy a real laptop and quit crying it doesn't fit perfectly on your shitty little economy class tray table.
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AsRock said:
yeah could get a laptop for that much.
Different markets, and bigger does not mean more expensive either.
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AsRock said:
yeah could get a laptop for that much.
Would ya rather pay almost $1000 for an ultrabook for the sake of portability?
Atom netbook's are cheap portable and for half the price (or less) do many (if not all) of the functions of a that fancy SSD Ultrabook. I use my little netbook as a diagnostic tool at work.
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