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The HP Mini 110
HP Mini 110-1199EA
Member Name: thebookster
HP Mini 110-1199EA
Date: 04/02/10, updated on 06/02/10 (71 review reads)
Advantages: Great battery life, sleek, modern,
Disadvantages: Nothing springs to mind
The HP Mini 110 is a breakthrough in netbook technology. It is as stylish as it is affordable and advanced. It comes in a choice Pink Chic, Black Swirl or White Swirl with HP Imprint finishes. It is designed for the Internet centred user, with a battery life span of almost 7 hours.
While it remains elegant, it is packed with the most compelling features, an in built Web Cam and microphone, a keyboard that remains 92% of the size of a keyboard that can be found on your traditional laptop, it weighs just over 9 pounds, only an inch thick with a high definition 10.1" LED wide screen display. Many think that a small screen would be hard to use but I find it very comfortable and portable for all around the house.
It is the perfect appliance for the user who wishes to check emails, listen to music, surf the Internet and keep connected with Family and Friends. The built in web cam and microphone is very handy, as I speak to my Aunt in Australia all the time.
With a possible hard drive capability of 250 gigabytes which offers plenty of space to store documents, music, movies and much more!
The most recent versions come with the latest processor, Windows 7 Starter.
The HP Mini 110 is available from all good high street stores at around £249.99.
I highly recommend it!
Summary: The HP Mini 110 offers the latest technology at an incredible price!
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