You don’t need a supercomputer to take down goliath applications and crunch high definition videos – sometimes a 10.1 inch mini is good enough especially if it’s HP. Introducing the latest addition to entry level HP netbook family, the new Mini 210 HD Edition. The slim and light design measures barely an inch thick and weighs only 2.69 pounds. On the outside, its aesthetics include the usual rounded corners, lightly curved lid edges, and a long tapered body typical of HP netbooks. The basic edition comes silver crystal but for a few extra bucks you can get the cooler sonoma red, pacific blue, black crystal, white crystal with white keyboard and preppy pink with pink keyboard colors. The keyboard is Island-style and about 93% of the standard size. The Mini 210 HD edition has 10.1â€ screen that natively supports 1,366×768 resolution for a full 720p HD experience. You can move your HD experience to the next level by adding an optional Broadcom Crystal HD Enhanced Video Accelerator to elevate your mobile entertainment into 1080p HD.
The entry level HP Mini 210 HD Edition relies on the latest Intel Atom N455 (1.66GHz) processor and Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 for reliable and energy-efficient performance. The default system memory is 1GB but it can be upgraded up to 2GB. Like other netbooks, it doesn’t come with an internal optical drive but it has 3 USB 2.0 ports to external peripheral devices and storage. Sadly, the default wireless access is still 802.11b/g but if you have the extra cash, it can be upgraded into much faster Wireless-N.
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