HP updates the Mini 210, shows still has faith in netbooks

HP updates the Mini 210, shows still has faith in netbooks
HP updates the Mini 210, shows still has faith in netbooks
HP releases an updated series of Netbooks called the 210 Series, which features the Cedar trail processor

Although a lot of new devices have evolved in the market, but it seems like HP still has faith in the Netbooks. Despite of competitions HP also holds one of the top positions in the global PC market. With this faith of theirs on Netbooks, the company has recently updated the popular Mini 210 series of Netbooks.

They are now updated with the latest Cedar Trail processors from Intel, which not only provides a better processing speed but also a better battery backup. The Mini Series Netbooks has a 10.1inch WSVGA LED backlit display with a 1024 x 600 pixels of resolution. The Cedar processor equipped with the device is the N2600 Dual-core Intel Atom processor and it is capable of providing a speed of 1.60GHz.

The 210 series is equipped with the normal 1GB DDR 3 RAM along with optional storage capacity ranging from 320GB to 500GB of 5400 RPM Hard Disk Drive. It is also integrated with a built in Web camera along with an integrated digital Microphone.

Other regular specifications are also included with these updated devices. However a point to be noted is that this device is not equipped with the Bluetooth service. It just has an 802.11 b/g/n WLAN for networking, while for connectivity it has three regular USB ports. Other specifications are as a VGA port, a RG-45, and a multi Format Digital Media Card Reader.

The dimensions of the Netbooks measure 10.55 x 7.51 x (0.9 to 1.28) inches and weighs about 3.1 pounds. It mainly runs on a 6 cell Lithium Ion battery which will be capable of running the device for more than eight hours as mentioned by HP. The 210 Netbooks are priced at a range starting with $300.

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Author: Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2012-03-16 (Update: 2012-05-26)