HP Rolls out Mini 1000 Netbook: Tiny, portable and online order viagra powerful

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hp mini 1000 netbook

The folks at HP know that their customers don’t want a cheap-looking Netbook solution, with low-quality plastic casings and terrible screens. The Mini Note 2133 was their first attempt at producing a high quality Netbook, and the end result was something which looked fantastic, high-end and ultraportable.

The new Mini 1000 goes above and beyond its predecessor, sporting an all-black shell, larger screen, and playing host to a whole array of extra hardware. The swirls on the casing, which are HP’s signature on many of their laptops, just adds a touch of class to this already classy Netbook. Starting at $399 for the buy levitra viagra 8.9” version, the 10.2” edition is available for only $50 more than the littler brother. Of course, the Mini 1000 comes packed with all of viagra prices uk the standard Netbook hardware, including the Atom CPU, and it is already available on the market, so for all of you buyers who thought you’d wait it out until a truly capable Netbook becomes available, the time to buy one has finally arrived!

Unboxing HP Mini 1000 netbook

HP  Mini 1000 Netbook Specifications:

  • Display: 8.9″ (1024x600) or 10.2″ (1024x600)
  • OS: Windows XP home SP3 or Linux with HP’s MIE (Mobile Internet Experience)
  • CPU: Intel Atom N270 1.6Ghz
  • Graphics: Intel GMA950 (optional HD decoding card)
  • Memory: 512MB to 2GB of DDR2 533Mhz
  • Hard drive: 60GB 4200rpm HDD or 8/16GB SSD
  • Additional storage: 2 to 8GB HP Mini Mobile Drive
  • Webcam: 0.3MP
  • WIFI B/G, 10/100 wired Ethernet
  • SD card Slot
  • 2x USB
  • Headphone/Jack
  • Docking Port
  • 3-Cell Battery (6 Cell is optional)
  • Dimensions: 10.3 x 6.56 x 0.99 in / 261.6 x 166.6 x 25.13 mm
  • Weight: Starting at 2.25 lbs/1.01 kg (with 8.9″) or 2.4lbs/1.08 kg (10.2″)
  • Warranty: Limited 1-year and 90-day warranty options available, depending on country; Extended warranty available

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