HP introduced today the HP 2133 mini-Notebook. The guys over at Laptop magazine already got their hands on a 2133 running Windows Vista Business and published a review and hands-on video featuring the HP 2133 Asus Eee PC competitor.
Quote from the review: "Our Mini-Note came with Windows Vista Business installed on a 120GB (7,200-rpm) hard drive, but you can configure the system with Vista Home Edition, FreeDOS, or the SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 operating system. While it's somewhat bigger and pricier than other mini-notebooks, the HP 2133 Mini-Note offers a few features that the others don’t, including an adult-size keyboard and a design more suited to business users. If all you need is a low-cost laptop that can run Windows, you may want to wait for the 9-inch version of the Eee PC."
Read the full review on Laptop Magazine.
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