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HP Mini 210 Review

When it comes to netbooks (or Mini Notebook PCs, according to some manufacturers), consumers are offered familiar configurations with slight variations or added features. In this review, we shall look into HP’s latest Mini 210 and what it has to offer

The HP Mini 210 is elegant and stylish, paired with some decent hardware such as Intel’s Atom processor and Graphics Media Accelerator 3150. Our review unit also comes with a range of added HP features:

HP Cloud Drive – Allows users to access their synchronized content – including documents, photos and music – from the cloud without having to store it on a local drive. 

HP MediaStream – Streaming multimedia content from one PC to another over the Internet.

 HP QuickSync – Automatically synchronization of files created or edited on the road with a home or business PC over a wireless connection when connected to the same network.

HP QuickWeb – Allows users to access the web without booting up the notebook to Windows. In seconds, users have a connection to the Internet and can access websites and other content that normally requires a standard browser, as well as photos, music and more.

Here is a quick breakdown of our review unit:

  • Model: HP Mini 210-1003xx
  • CPU: Intel Atom N450
  • Chipset: Intel NM10 Express
  • Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150
  • Display: 10.2-inch screen on 1024×600 resolution
  • Storage: 160GB Seagate Momentus 7200.4 SATA Drive
  • OS: Windows 7 Starter
  • Power: 40W AC Adaptor, 6-cell Lithium-ion battery
  • Human Input: Pointing device – HP Clickpad supporting Multi-Touch gestures with On/Off button, Keyboard – 93% Full size island-style keyboard
  • Others: Webcam with integrated microphone, 5-in-1 Card reader, VGA Out
  • Dimensions & Weight: 26.8 cm (L) x 17.8 cm (W) x 2.29 cm (min H) / 2.83 cm (max H), 1.22 kg

What’s in the box ?

Our review unit came in a retail box, want to guess what’s inside ?

Inside In the box, we find a cleaning cloth, documentation and an AC adapter that is a US standard plug. We have to use a travel adapter to fit our local power point.

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