HP Mini 1000 Review

Posted: Oct 29 2008, 1:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:19am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

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HP unveiled today the new HP mini 1000 netbook series. Engadget already got their hands on a mini 1000 and published a hands-on review.
Quote from the review: "We're especially inspired by the edge-to-edge keyboard, which is easily the nicest we've used on a netbook, or really any laptop smaller than 12.1-inches (and bests many larger than that). HP did move a few things around a bit to make it all fit, but all the right keys are right where you need them, and our large hands were pounding out mistake-free sentences brimming with wit on our first try. Unfortunately, HP hasn't seen the error of its ways when it comes to the trackpad, so we're stuck with right and left click buttons on the right and left of the trackpad -- the exact wrong place to reach them from. Luckily, it's a good and large trackpad, with good sensitivity, good tap-to-click, and good scrolling -- all of which you'll rely on heavily to avoid those dreaded side buttons."
Read the full review on Engadget. The new HP Mini 1000 are going to sell on Amazon.com.

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