The new three models feature a 10.1-inch widescreen LED, autosync software for easier connectivity to your primary PC, and the standard 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 / 1.66GHz N280 processor options with GMA 950 graphics, VGA output, 3 or 6 cell batteries, and 802.11b/g.
The Mini 110 XP edition amazingly sports 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD or 32GB SSD, optional WWAN and a Broadcom Crystal HD Enhanced Video Accelerator, which HP claims will let you watch 1080p video perfectly. If you are going to go with the Linux-based Mi, you can have up to 250GB HDD and 2GB of memory. This shows that Mini 110s are set up for some multimedia entertainment.
While the Mini 1101 looks fundamentally like a normal netbooks for business applications with choices of XP or Vista as OS flavors and no apparent video enhancer.
Pricing and availability for the line up of new HP netbooks includes a June 1st release for Mini 1101 with base price of $329, black swirl Mini 110 on June 10th and variations of white swirl / pink chic on July 8th all start at $279 with operating system Mi and $329 for the XP.
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