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If the Mini 1000 netbook wasn’t enough, HP has launched the Compaq Mini 700 to the European market, packing a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270 processor, 1GB of RAM, a pair of Altec Lansing speakers, GMA 950 graphics card, built-in webcam/microphone, HSPDA and the usual USB2.0 ports, Ethernet, WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity. There are no differences between the two versions, although the “700? in the second model could easily imply for a 7? display, but it’s not, the Compaq Mini comes with a 10.2-inch (1204 x 600) screen size, not to mention a Windows XP onboard. Price wise, the 700 version is more expensive, as you will have to spend £399 ($594) in order to get one. Clearly, it won’t carry basic specs. Checkout the unboxing video after the break.

[via notebookitalia]

 

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