Verizon Wireless announced the $199.99 HP Mini 1151NR 3G netbook offering a week ago. Our review partner Digital Trends took the HP 1151NR netbook to the test and published a review.
As expected the review is not that positive as the HP Mini 1151NR is simply not a top of the line netbook
Quote from the review: "Mobile computing is tough for international travelers. You may have a mobile wireless card from a U.S. phone carrier, but if it's a CDMA card you won't be able to use it in Europe, and if it's a GSM card, you won't be able to use it in much of Asia. The HP 1151NR netbook, the first of its breed to be offered at a subsidized price from a cell phone carrier, solves this global Internet access problem thanks to its built-in dual EV-DO Rev. A and HSPA radios for truly worldwide Web access. And the 1151NR is just $199.99 after rebate and two-year mobile data subscription. But the news isn't all good. That monthly subscription drives the actual cost of 1151NR way up, plus you'll be stuck with an otherwise sub-par netbook for 24 months minimum."
Read the full HP Mini 1151NR Netbook Review.
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