I thought netbooks were dead
HP has launched a new netbook that is aimed specifically at use in education and business. The machine is called the Mini 1104. It has the specs we expect a netbook to have with Windows 7 on board and a 10.1-inch display.
The display has a resolution of 1024 x 600. The processor under the hood is an Atom N2600 at 1.6GHz and the chipset is an Intel NM10 Express. The notebook has 2GB of RAM and weighs 2.78 pounds with dimensions of 10.55 x 7.52 x 0.89. Storage is to a 5400rpm HDD with up to 320GB of space.
Graphics are via Intel GMA3600 and the machine has three USB 2.0 ports. It also has a media card reader and inputs for headphones and a mic. The keyboard is 93% of full size and the battery promises up to 9 hours of run time. HP also integrated a VGA webcam, Bluetooth, and WiFi. The machine sells for $399.