HP unveils the Mini 1104 netbook
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Although most of the PC manufactures are busy building their new Ultrabooks, HP has recently come up with their new low power Netbook the HP Mini 1104. This model seems to be a bit more powerful than earlier models of Netbooks and will be perfect for students who are on a crunched budget or anyone who need a small yet without much limitation to perform his normal tasks.
This model is powered by Windows 7 Home Premium and runs on a dual core Intel Atom N2600 processor which has a clock speed of about 1.6GHz. It also sports a 10.1inch WSVGA display which is capable of providing 1024 x 600 pixels of resolution. For playing HD videos an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator is also added to the device.
Mini 1104 also has 2GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM and a 320 GB SATA HDD, of 5400 rpm. For connectivity it has a Bluetooth 3.0 and also supports Wi-Fi a/b/g/n networks. The battery that runs this Netbook is a 3 cell battery which can also be replaced to a 6-cell Li-Ion battery that will able to provide a battery life up to 9 hours.
So if you are really in need of something small which is also affordable you can go for this device. It has a lightweight design and is said to be comfortable with the 93 percent full size keyboard. It also comes with a TPM 1.2 Security chip which will help the users to protect their data.