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The HP Mini 110 Mobile Internet (Mi) is the successor of the Mini 1000 Mi. The new model offers improved hardware like a larger (up to 250 GB) and faster hard drive and a 3rd USB port. It will be available for a very competitive starting price of US$279.99.
The Mini 110 comes with a 10.1-inch (1024x576 pixels) diagonal anti-glare widescreen display, a keyboard 92% the size of a standard laptop keyboard, built-in webcam and microphone, stereo speakers, Intel 945GSE Chipset, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950, up to 2 GB RAM, and is powered by an 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 or an 1.66 GHz Intel Atom Processor N280 processor and equipped with a 3 or 6-Cell Lithium-ion battery.
For data storage you have a choice of 8GB or 64GB Solid State Drive flash module or 160 or 250GB hard disk drive. The Mini 110 offers wireless (802.11b/g WLAN) and wired (10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN / RJ-45 connector) network connectivity, 5-in-1 integrated digital media reader for SD and MultiMedia cards, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, and xD Picture cards, 3 x USB 2.0, and a VGA port.
For information on the Ubuntu based HP Mobile Internet software check out our HP Mini 1000 netbook review and this introductory video by HP.
HP Mini 110 models include the Syncables Desktop solution for data synchronization with other computers. This stylish new netbook will be available as of June 10, 2009 with Pink Chic, Black Swirl or White Swirl HP Imprint finishes.