HP Mini-Note Laptop Reviewed

Posted: May 19 2008, 9:28am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:12am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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The lads at Pocket-lint have got their mitts on a NP 2133 Mini-note laptop and reviewed it and compared to the Asus Eee. They say the good points are the size and build quality. The bad points are the track pad and glossy screen.

The final verdict is that the 2133 offers more oomph than the Eee for the money and will run Windows Vista. The 2133 weighs 1.27 kg and has a 9.9-inch screen. Compared to the Eee the 2133 is wider and heaver, though more sturdy.

Pocket-lint says the keyboard is 92% of normal size and laid out well. The track pad buttons are on either side of the track pad rather than below it where they should be. In the US a 1.6GHz CPU is offered but in the UK a 1.2GHz is the max speed.

Via Pocket-lint

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