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It’s Still Easter For HP And The Mini 210

HP has just introduced a new range of fun netbooks, well, the colors make them look fun! The HP Mini 210 comes in a number of colors that are sure to please; charcoal, crimson red, luminous rose, ocean drive and sweet purple. The notebooks comes with Beats Audio which is basically just an improved audio jack, Intel processors, and full-sized spill resistant keyboards. So what’s so great about these colorful easter eggs?

The netbooks supposedly last up to 9.5 hours on a single charge and each netbook weighs in at 3.3 pounds. The HP mini will ship out June 15th and the netbooks start at $300. Users looking for something a little more can look into HP’s dv4 which is a 14″ HD Brightview laptop, but has 6.5 hours of battery life, and runs on AMD or Intel processors. The dv4 starts at $599 and in my opinion, isn’t worth the extra $300 for what you get.

While there isn’t anything super tremendous about the Mini 210, HP builds computers and this model netbook is affordable enough to where it doesn’t need the extra bells and whistles normally required to sell a gadget these days. This netbook will be perfect for browsing, music listening, and maybe to watch some videos. Aside from that though, you won’t be able to do too much with this machine. Watch the video to learn more about the Mini 210.


Photo Courtesy of Savic
Photo Courtesy of Savic