HP Mini 210-2002SA 10.1″ Netbook

Lightweight, slim and good looking – that’s enough about me, what about the HP Mini 210 you may ask? The latest netbook from HP looks like a quality piece of kit. The cover is a deep pink colour termed ‘luminous rose’ which seems to be a popular at the moment and the metallic silver of the inside and keyboard is a nice contrast. Compared to some other makes of netbook the mini 210 looks streets ahead before you even turn it on.

HP Mini Netbook - Pink

It’s difficult to compare one 10 inch netbook against another because there are so many similarities – especially in terms of power and performance – but  one area where the mini 210 scores highly is in battery life. With a 6-cell Lithium-Ion battery it is claimed that the HP Mini 210 will last up to 10 hours between charges. Now this may be an exaggerated claim but a few reviewers have managed to get over 8 hours continuous use which isn’t bad at all.

Screen and keyboard view of the HP Mini 210

Elsewhere you get all the usual features, a 5-in-1 card reader, 3 USB connectors, Wi-Fi, a web cam and stereo speakers. The HP also has a dedicated graphics card and Dolby advanced audio which sets it apart from some of the competition. Overall the HP Mini 210 looks like a decent netbook for the money and should  provide lots of reliable usage.

Details:

  • Model: HP Mini 210-2002SA
  • Operating System: Windows 7 Starter 32-Bit
  • Processor: Intel Atom N455
  • Hard Drive: 250GB
  • Memory: 1GB
  • Graphics Card: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 with 256MB of RAM
  • Screen: 10.1″ 1024×600 WSVGA LED
  • Connections: 3 x USB 2.0, VGA, headphone/microphone, RJ45 ethernet port, 5-in-1 Card Reader
  • Wi-Fi: 802.11b/g/n
  • Battery: 6-cell Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery – up to 10.5 hours continuous use
  • Dimensions: 32mm x 191mm x 268mm
  • Weight: 1.46kg

Comments

  1. I bought one of these for my daughter who’s just starting secondary school. It’s perfect for her as it’s lightweight so she can carry it around without too much trouble, speedy for uploading pages and connecting to the internet and the battery longevity is fantastic! The only downside is that because it’s windows 7 starter you can’t really personalise it. But if you want a netbook that has amazing battery power, is fully portable and has fast connections then this is it! The fact that it’s purple is another bonus as she hates pink! It’s the ideal netbook for homework, research and a bit of fun on the side. At the price this is a great little netbook with good performance – a real bargain!

  2. CandyCane says:

    All I need is a pink/purple laptop, 2GB, thts it! and less £300

  3. melissatemesvary says:

    we’ll see about me a laptop maybe tomorrow i think and i’ll go ask my dad if i can have a laptop and he says maybe tomorrow but we are not sure yet about getting me a laptop and i’ll say dad can i please have a laptop please

  4. i really like the labtops but i wish they wasent mini notebooks i want them to be atlease 17 inch :) (

  5. Eleanor says:

    i need it for free (i wish) !!! lol xx

  6. Eleanor says:

    omg i need that purple laptop!!! aaaaaa

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