HP announced a new netbook series with the HP Mini 1000 this week. The HP Mini 1000 is coming in lots of configurations to cater to your needs or the needs of your loved ones.
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Features of the HP Mini 1000 include 8.9 or 10.2 inch screen options, Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz CPU, Wi-fi, near-full-size keyboard, up to 16GB SSD or HDD, webcam, and Windows XP.
Besides the standard HP Mini 1000, HP will also offer an HP Mini 1000 Vivienne Tam Edition and HP Mini 1000 with MIE running Linux.
For anybody who is a casualcomputeruser or would like a second highly portable notebook/netbook. The HP Mini 1000 comes in many configuration options so you can adjust the netbook to what the main usages are.
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