The HP Mini 210 and 110 conquering the Intel Atom N570, which was launched at CeBIT 2011.
HP has made a hardware upgrade on his netbook, HP Mini 110 (110-3600) and the HP Mini 210 (special edition: 210-2100). The two devices have now an Intel Atom N570 1.66GHz dual core and will be available initially for the Japanese market. Regarding the technical specifications, 210-2100 Special Edition HP Mini has 1GB of RAM, Intel NM10, 250GB hard drive and 10.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels (WXGA).
HP Mini 210 integrates the operating system Windows 7 Starter Edition and a special texture on the cover shows three-dimensional background with pink, especially suited to a female audience. The netbook also has an SD memory card reader (SDXC) / Memory Stick (PRO), three USB 2.0 ports, D-Sub, Ethernet LAN, 802.11b / g WiFi module, Bluetooth 3.0, camera and battery 6 ion battery, which provides a range of about 8.5 hours of consecutive work. The size of the HP Mini 210 is about 269 x 193 x 22 34 mm and weighs 1.38kg.
HP Mini 110-3600 has specifications similar to the HP Mini 210-2100, but has a 3-cell battery that provides up to 4.5 hours of battery life. HP 110 Mini weighs 1.19Kg and has dimensions of 268 x 192 x 23 35 mm.