HP unveiled the new HP Mini 210 and Mini 2102 netbooks today at the CES 2010.
The HP Mini 210 and HP Mini 2102 offer more than nine hours of battery life plus optional 3G broadband connectivity and GPS in a slim and stylish design in multiple color options.
Starting at 2.69 pounds and measuring less than 1-inch thin, the HP Mini 210 is available in a choice of stylish Black Crystal, Silver Crystal, Pacific Blue or Sonoma Red HP Imprint finishes.
The HP Mini 2102 offers users a sophisticated black design, which is also available for the Mini 210.
Specifications of the new HP Mini netbooks include 10.1-inch diagonal standard or optional Brightview Infinity HD LED widescreen displays, Intel Atom processor N450 with 1.66 GHz, 92 percent the size of a standard notebook PC keyboard, up to 1GB RAM, up to 320GB HDD, built-in WLAN, webcam and microphone.
The HP Mini 210 is expected to be available in the United States tomorrow with a starting price of $299 for Windows 7.
The HP Mini 2102 is expected to be available in the United States tomorrow with a starting price of $329. See also the HP Shop.
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