|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Atom N2600|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||2 GB|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3600|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||9 hours|
HP Mini 1104 10.1" LED-Backlit Netbook (Intel Atom N2600 1.60 GHz Processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM, 320GB HDD, Bluetooth 3.0, Windows 7 Professional)
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Once I got it set up I did make a Repair Disk with my external DVD Drive and then did a System Image (mirror) backup on my external hard drive. I like the LED screen and the slightly (93%) smaller keyboard seems to be no problem. I bought my first netbook almost four years ago and got a Toshiba because it had a full key board. Unfortunately, the Toshiba netbook died....the motherboard and it was better to get a new one rather than the expense of reparing. There were some other mini computers which looked good and had good specs, but they were 11.6 inch which will not fit cross wise in my briefcase, so I needed to stay with the 10.1 inch. This one seems to be a professional version of the 10.1 netbooks. So far, I am very happy with it.
After several months, I can say I am 100% satisfied with this little device. It works almost perfectly with my hospital's system (known as EPIC for those interested). I've logged in numerous times, from different locations, and have been able to put orders in and even look at CT's/MRI's. The device functions just as I need it too. The basic web stuff (checking sports scores, Google searches, managing my fantasy team, e-mail, etc.) is acceptable on this computer. Also, the Wi-Fi works flawlessly.
If faced with the decision, I'd buy it again.
Ordered this to replace a prior HP Mini that I used for two years before the boot record became corrupt and it wouldn't recognize the hard drive and I couldn't get it to change the boot sequence in the bios to boot to the recovery disks I'd made. (BTW - I ordered one of these sabrent USB 2.0 TO SATA/IDE 2.5/3.5/-INCH Hard Drive Converter With Power Supply & LED Activity Lights (USB-DSC5 from Amazon and got all my stuff off the old Mini) I was completely satisfied with the old Mini and I can't see any reason why I won't love this one just as well. One thing I do love about this new unit is Windows 7 Home Premium. The old one had Windows 7 Starter on it. That was adequate, but Home Premium is better.
Spent about a full day, day and a half getting all the software installed that I use and removing the bloatware that comes with any new system. (I must say, this one came with very little of what I'd consider bloatware.) That may seem excessive, but I'm an IT professional and I'm VERY picky about how my system is setup. All of the software I use daily loaded and runs well on the Mini 1104. Just as well, in fact, as on my desktop at work.
I like everything about this system. For a small form factor it works remarkably well, especially as a grab and go laptop. About the only thing I don't like is the track pad, but I don't care for those anyway. Couple this unit with a USB keyboard and mouse (which I use with my full size laptop, too) and I'm good to go.Read more ›
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I am extremely happy with this little netbook. It works just the same as my larger Toshiba laptop, just without the CD-Rom. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ellie's Stuff
I purchased this gem off of ebay. I got it for $111.00 and it has been worth every penny. Great Wifi reception. A lot of memory. Keys very responsive. Read morePublished 12 months ago by D. L. Starkey
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Piece of crap. Save your money .No wonder HP is getting out of the computer business and sticking with the printer ink racket.Published on November 13, 2013 by sampsonbros
I purchased this (my second HP Mini) because (1) netbooks are supposed to disappear from the market; (2) I don't want to deal with Windows 8 and (3) I find the netbook form... Read morePublished on June 24, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Exactly what I was looking for. Light, compact and reliable. Added bonus is Windows 7 Professional. Would be better if I could have made a repair "disc" via usbPublished on June 6, 2013 by Shopper