HP launches Mini 110-4100 netbook
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The Cedar Trail platform is still hot off the press as netbooks equipped with the latest Atom chip are only beginning to be available in the market.
Enter the HP Mini 110-4100 (also known as the Mini 1104), one of the first HP netbooks to sport the Cedar Trail dual-core 1.6GHz N2600 CPU with integrated GMA 3600 graphics. Otherwise, the specs of the 10.1-inch laptop read like a typical netbook, including the 1024x600 resolution display, at least 1GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Ethernet, VGA-out and Bluetooth. While HDMI and USB 3.0 both appear to be absent, the notebook will at least ship with 3x USB 2.0 ports and optional WWAN.
Overall, expect the Mini 110-4100 to weigh at least 2.78 pounds (1.26kg) and be at least 0.89 inches (22.8m) thick from the front. Battery life is rated at up to 9 hours with its 6-cell 55Whr battery, but 3-cell 28Whr batteries are available as well.
The basic notebook is now on sale through the official HP online store starting at $399. So far, only one model is available, but it includes most if not all of the high-end and optional hardware that the 110-4100 is capable of.