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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 10:50

HP introduces three new Mini models

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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The Mini 1101 / 110 XP / 110 Mi

 


You have to love the pre-Computex craze, as it always results in plethora of new products and this time it’s no different. HP joined the announcement game announcing three (although it’s more like two sub.ed) new devices – Mini 1101, Mini 110 XP and Mini 110 Mi.

The new models feature 10.1 inch LED widescreen and come with Atom N270 16GHz or 1.66GHz N280 processor. They feature GMA 950 graphics, VGA our, 3 or 6-cell battery and 802.11b/g. All three models will come with autosync software for easier syncing with your main computer.

The Mini 110 XP comes with 1GB of RAM, 160GB HD/32GB SSD, optional WWAN and Broadcom’s Crystal HD Enhanced Video Accelerator, which should according to HP allow for smooth 1080p video reproduction. As the name suggests, it runs XP and should hit the market on June 10th priced at $329.

Specs-wise, the Mini 110 Mi is close to the Mini 110 XP except that it runs Linux and thus comes with up to 250GB HDD and 2GB of memory. It should hit the market at the same time the Mini 110 XP does but come in black or white-pink color scheme.

The Mini 1101 seems to lack the aforementioned video enhancer, so it can be considered more appropriate for business use. It will hit the market in June with a base-price of $329 and a choice of Vista and XP operating systems.

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The HP Mini 1101
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The HP Mini 101
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The HP Mini 101, Pink/white version

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