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HP Mini-Note 2140 Netbook Has the Same Design But a Better CPU

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It seems like HP will never abandon the promising Mini-Note 2133 design, with its adequate look and wide keyboard, that turn it into your ultimate travel-mate netbook. However, while the previous model had a sluggish VIA C7-M processor, the new Mini 2140 comes with an updated 1.6GHz Atom processor version, together with 80GB/160GB hard drive at your choice, USB ports, WiFi/Bluetooth connectivity and even ExpressCard / 54 slot. Screen size is bigger as well, offering a 10-inch display, available in 1366 x 768 and 1024 x 567 resolutions, which provide a better proportion for those who play games. Base package will be offered at $499, as you’ll be able to choose between XP Home / Pro, SuSe Linux, or Vista Home / Premium OS.

Update1 – 20/1/09 – the Mini 2140 is now available with the same specs we’ve noted up. Mind you, the Vista version is more expensive and priced at up to $799.

Update2- 31/3/09 – the Mini 2140 will finally be released on April 1, with an HD display, supporting 1,366 x 768 resolution.

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