|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 576|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 576 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 hertz Atom D2700|
|RAM||1 GB SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||160 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel GMA950|
|Card Description||Graphics Media Accelerator950|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G, 802.11B|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6.75 hours|
HP Mini 110-1030NR 10.1-Inch Black Netbook - 6.75 Hours of Battery Life
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Now on to the netbook. Brilliant is all I can say. The keyboard is great, only 8% smaller than on a regular laptop, making it incredibly easy to type. The mousepad has a little friction and the side click bars only take a few times to get used to. The weight is so light and not awkward. The adapter gets very very hot though after an hours use, I wasnt able to touch it and had to hold it away from my body as I walked. But since the 6 cell battery tilts the computer itself up, the heat from the bottom doesnt get very hot since air is circulating.
Lastly, I followed some advice online and got rid of the bloatware (the crap that HP puts on there that you really don't need) by downloading the very safe and effective PC Decrapifier ([...]).Read more ›
Now, this may not sound like much, and to some buyers it won't be an issue, but it adds considerable "bulkiness" to the unit, making it harder to fit into standard netbook sleeves. It also looks bad, IMO, which is not an issue for me but might be for some people. I'd also be concerned that since the battery protrudes so much it might be more vulnerable to damage than a more internalized battery like the one on the Samsung.
Some users may actually like the considerable, additional slope the battery placement gives the keyboard (personally I don't), and the five hours I got out of the six cells was very good. Again, this is a great computer if you can live with the battery. I'd just like to make potential buyers aware of this issue since neither the pictures on Amazon nor on the HP website itself show it with the battery installed.
My problem was that I didn't know about the battery, of course, until I opened the box. Fortunately for me, Amazon's typically great customer service is allowing me to return the unit and waived the restocking fee.
First of all, I should say that this is an excellent price for a netbook. I caught it at $300, which near the very low end of the spectrum, but it still holds its value at the current price of $350. What you should know, more than anything else, is that this is the cheapest you are currently going to get a laptop with a 6-cell battery, period. There's certainly something to be said for that.
I put in a good deal of research into other netbooks before buying the HP Mini 110, and I couldn't find one with a better mix of features. There are certainly higher quality netbooks available. But I'll say it again: you will probably not find a better value. For netbook users, battery life is probably among the most significant issues. The Asus Eee 1005ha-p is certainly the best for battery life fanatics, with an upper limit of 10.5 hours - the 1005ha-v comes in second-ish at 8.5. These both have less protrusive batteries and weigh about .5 lbs less, which are plusses. This, unfortunately, highlights some of the Mini 110's flaws, as it only manages an acceptable 5 hours, or closer to 4 browsing the internet at medium brightness. However, it does offer enough advantages to outclass the 1005ha.Read more ›
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Bought from another source. If you are looking to play solitaire and surf Facebook only, and are near a power outlet, this might be for you. It is basically not upgradable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Trisha Miller
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It was never designed for power users. Read more
My experience with MSDOS based computers dates back to the mid-80s. These netbooks are the worst machines I have ever used, allowing for technological advancements over the the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Video Guy
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