Remember the Hewlett Packard Mini 110 netbook that was supposed to be launched last year? Well, that never made it to the stores because the company soon replaced it with a much thinner model named HP Mini 210. We had discussed the tech specs of the Mini 210 not so long ago.
Now, it is being learned that the HP Mini 110 is once again back in the news – and that it is not the same as the original Mini 110 that was supposed to be launched last year. The new HP Mini 110 sports a much thinner look than the original though it is still thicker than the new Mini 210. Also, the Mini 110 comes with a matte display and a solid colored glossy lid.
Here are the tech specs that has been revealed so far. You will notice that things are not very different from the 210. The netbook comes with a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor that is ably supported by a GMA 3150 graphics chip. The device is equipped with a 1GB RAM and a display that renders content at 1366×768 pixel resolution. There are two choices to make as far as the OS platform is concerned. You may either pick the older Windows XP or the newer Windows 7 Starter edition.
The price is attractive too. The HP Mini 110 is being positioned as an entry level device and comes at a cost of $279.99.