With HP releasing HP Mini 210 today, we look back at its predecessor - the HP Mini 110.
HP Mini 110-3547 specs:
- 10.1" diagonal matte LED display (1024 x 600 WSVGA)
- Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 (shared)
- 6-cell Li-Ion Battery Pack (5.5-hour battery life)
- 3 USB ports and 2-in-1 integrated Digital Media Reader (SD/SDHC)
- 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth support
- 93% Full-Sized Island-Style Keyboard
- Weighs only 3.0 lbs.
The configuration of this specific model packs an Intel Atom N550 dual-core processor (1.50Ghz), 1GB of RAM, and 320GB of storage space
The HP Mini 110 is a solidly built netbook and appealing design. The keyboard is quite comfortable to type and there are ample ports all around. It also came with a matte screen which I liked. With that, I hope all manufacturer’s, including Apple, would allow a choice between glossy or matte configuration.
I just didn’t like that the LED hard drive indicator is located at the left side and not within plain sight. There is also QuickWeb, a linux-based quick boot OS that allows quick surfing without the long wait of booting up Windows. I find it too slow to use actually. Boot time is fast but using it and waiting for it to scan documents and photos do take some time. I wonder if this is upgradeable to WebOS as soon as HP launches it for the PC.
The HP Mini 110 retails at around 20,000 pesos. Comes in Black and Sonoma Red. Full netbook shot after the jump.