HP adds to it Mini netbook line three new models, the Mini 1101, Mini 110 XP and Mini 110 Mi. All of these new netbooks are boosted by Intel’s Atom N270 1.6Ghz or N280 1.66GHz processor and integrated GMA 950 graphics. They have a 10.1-inch LCD display.
The Mini 110 XP gets 1GB of RAM and either a 32GB SSD or a 160GB hard drive. It comes with optional Broadcom Crystal HD Enhanced Video Accelerator for 1080p HD video content. WWAN option is also available. As the model name suggests, the Mini 110 XP runs Windows XP. The Mini 110 Mi, on the other hand, runs HP’s own Linux OS. It has 2GB RAM and up to 250GB hard drive. Both Mini 110 models feature the Syncables Desktop solution for syncing files between HP Min and a primary notebook or desktop.
Lastly, the Mini 1101 is more like the business version of the Mini 110 XP that comes without the Crystal HD Video Accelerator option. It will be available with a choice of Windows XP Home, XP Pro and Windows Vista.
The Mini 110 XP and Mini 110 Mi will come in 10 June for $329.99 and $279.99 respectively. Mini 110 XP will also come in Pink Chic and White Swirl, in addition to Black Swirl. The Mini 1101 in high-gloss black will be available in 1 June for $329.