HP unveiled he new HP Mini 5102 netbook at the CES 2010. The HP Mini 5102 is HP's first touch-enabled netbook.
Features of the Mini 5102 include an all-metal case in black, red or blue and offers a range of features, including face recognition for easy log-on to Windows operating systems and password-protected websites.
Specifications of the new touch netbook HP Mini 5102 include Intel Atom N450 processor, 10.1-inch diagonal LED display available in either WSVGA or HD resolutions, up to 10 hours of battery runtime (six-cell), and 2-megapixel webcam.
The touchscreen option allows users to get work done more intuitively and quickly based on their choice of input methods. Multitouch gestures, finger taps and swipes across the screen allow users to navigate through applications and menus as well as provide access to information and websites.
The HP Mini 5102 is expected to be available in the United States this month with a starting price of $399.
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