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Friday, 10 July 2009 13:19

HP Mini 110 goes HD

Written by Slobodan Simic

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More pixels for 30 bucks

HP has updated its Mini 110, giving more pixels to its 10.1-inch LED Anti-glare wide screen. It can now be configured with a 1366x768 screen which practically makes it a 720p ready netbook.

The rest of the specs remained the same, and it is still pretty affordable with a US $360 price tag. The configuration includes Intel's Atom N270, 1GB of memory and a 16GB SSD hard drive. The configuration also includes Broadcom's Crystal HD Enhanced Video accelerator for HD acceleration, but we are not sure if this will help in any actual 720p playback as we haven't seen it in action.

You can check out the configuration page here.

Last modified on Friday, 10 July 2009 13:48
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