Product Type: Hewlett-Packard Netbook
Newest Review: ... a lot in the last few years and this was not an option at the time. We bought a Hewlet Packard Netbook, (HP Mini) and I have to admit t... more
So Small but so Great!
HP Mini 110-3107sa
Member Name: bam422
HP Mini 110-3107sa
Advantages: portability, durability, battery life
Disadvantages: processor speed, RAM, no software included
I ordered this netbook a few years ago for my son who at the time was a freshman in High School. He didn't need some fancy computer that cost well over $1000, so I found him this one. For only $300, This computer has been able to last him throughout High School and still runs as if it were brand new. This computer is great for everyday computing like internet, e-mail, listening to music, etc., but will not be able to handle anything heavy duty. This little netbook is great for people on the go since it is so small and light. The battery life is surprisingly good too. I ordered the netbook with a 6-cell battery which lasts my son around 8 hours and only takes a little over an hour to recharge. The only things I wish I had ordered for the netbook would be a better processor and more RAM. It comes with a cheap processor that you can upgrade for $35, and 1GB of RAM which can be upgraded to 2GB of RAM for just $30. This netbook also comes with a 320GB Hard Drive, which should be plenty of space for whatever you plan to do with this netboook. One other slight disadvantage is that this netbook does not include Microsoft Office, or Anti-Virus software, which should be a must have for this netbook.
Summary: A great netbook for normal, everyday use. Great overall quality for the small price you pay.
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