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HP Mini 1035NR 10.2-Inch Netbook - 3 Cell Battery

by HP

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  • Intel Atom N270 Processor 1.6GHz
  • 1GB DDR2 RAM
  • 60GB 4200RPM Hard Drive
  • 10.2-Inch Screen, Intel GMA 950
  • Windows XP Home, 4 hours Battery Life
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Screen Size10.2 inches
Screen Resolution1024 x 600
Max Screen Resolution1024 x 600 pixels
Processor0.533 GHz Intel Atom N270
RAM1 GB DDR2
Hard Drive60 GB IDE
Graphics CoprocessorIntel GMA 950
Chipset BrandIntel
Card DescriptionMedia Accelerator 950
Graphics Card Ram Size128 MB
Average Battery Life (in hours) 4 hours
Brand NameHP
SeriesMini 1000 series
Item model number1035NR
Hardware PlatformPC
Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows XP Home
Item Weight2.4 pounds
Item Dimensions L x W x H10.30 x 6.56 x 0.99 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor Count1
Computer Memory TypeDDR2 SDRAM
Hard Drive InterfaceIDE
Hard Drive Rotational Speed4200 RPM
Battery Typelithium_ion
  
Additional Information
ASINB001J6N9J8
Shipping Weight5.2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 30, 2008
  
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Netbook PCs offer the functionality you need for online access and so much more: from managing your business to creating home videos, plus gaming when time permits. To support your always-on lifestyle, it¿s time to consider the perfect companion PC. Introducing the HP Mini 1035NR Netbook. Slender, lightweight, and ultramobile, the HP Mini 1035NR represents a convenient alternative to carrying your primary notebook PC everywhere you go. It offers quick, easy access to online resources and digital entertainment at a compelling low price point. The HP Mini 1035NR Netbook is based on the groundbreaking new Intel Atom architecture. Using proven Intel technology, Intel Atom processors provide reliable, energy-efficient performance optimized for Internet access and basic communication making them ideal for small, Internet-driven devices like the Netbook. Integrated wireless technologies help you get online more easily, more often, and in more locations Optional 3G broadband wireless capability enables basic Internet access from almost anywhere you have cell phone coverage. And optional Bluetooth technology connects smoothly to most Bluetooth enabled devices from printers and mice to cell phones and headsets. The 1035NR ships with Genuine Windows XP Home Edition with Service Pack 3, 1.60 GHz Intel Atom Processor N270 with 512KB L2 Cache, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (shared) with up to 128MB Total Available Graphics Memory, 1024MB DDR2 System Memory (1 Dimm), 60GB (4200RPM) Hard Drive, 802.11b/g WLAN & Bluetooth. Dimensions: 6.56 (W) x 10.3 (D) x 0.99 (H) approx., 2.38 lbs.

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The construction is solid, feels good when you carry it and is very light.
N. Cianca
I finally got an HP tech person to admit that they know that this is a problem and that they're not supposed to address it.
E. Moore
The HP Mini really does look/feel more expensive than it is...almost Mac like, dare I say.
J. Dulak

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109 of 114 people found the following review helpful By N. Cianca on December 11, 2008
The HP Mini 1035NR netbook has the same basic features as just about every other netbook that exists on the market today. The 1.6 GHz Atom and 1024 x 600 display are all standard. There isn't much to distinguish one netbook from another, but HP really did a fine job in some of the most important areas.

Before I purchased the 1035NR I had an opportunity to check out the offerings from Asus, Acer, Lenovo, MSI, Samsung and Sylvania. I was down to a choice between the HP 1035 and a Lenovo S10 (which is $50 less and comes with an express card slot).

HP has everyone beat in the most important area -- the keyboard. There is simply no other netbook on the market that has a real keyboard with good tactile feedback. As a touch typist, I can't stress the importance of this enough. Most of the other netbooks fail because they have placed the up arrow key between the "/" and the right shift key, which often results in the insertion point moving up one line when you hit the right shift key. Those that are an exception, such as the MSI or the Samsung do not have the same tactile feeling. The Lenovo keyboard is decent, but that up arrow key took it out of contention.

With the 1035NR you get somewhat less then you do with most every other netbook in the same or even lower price range. The HP comes with a small 60 GB hard drive spinning at 4200 rpm. Most others have a 160 GB at 5400 rpm. Some netbooks have more then 2 USB ports but that should be enough for almost anyone.

But this netbook is the best currently on the market. The slim design is extremely compact, with several nice touches, like the Caps Lock LED. The construction is solid, feels good when you carry it and is very light.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Tarunc VINE VOICE on January 21, 2009
Hi All.
So we are quite a large family with 3 kids that all want their own laptops. What to do? Netbooks are my answer. I have already purchased and reviewed a Lenovo S10 with Windows 7 and now I bought this unit and upgraded it to 2gb ram with Windows 7.

You may be wondering if I loved the S10 then why did I try the HP...simple...I bought it at a liquidation sale and $$$ were the only thing on my mind. I got it for less then $400 with the 2gb upgrade.

I must say that I am equally impressed with this laptop. The 2gb upgrade was a breeze and installing windows 7 from a USB stick was also very very easy. Please google the windows 7 via usb stick method, it will save you from having to buy a dvd/cd drive and it works perfectly via a 4gb Sandisk Cruzer.

The box comes with the laptop, the battery, and ac-adapter. The machine comes with 1gb RAM and only has 1 slot...so if you upgrade to a 2gb SO-DIMM then you are going to lose the 1gb it includes..it gets put on the side - just in case. :-)

You may be wondering why I chose a beta operating system. Well, my opinion is that XP is dated, Vista is a Beast, and Windows 7 is a breath of fresh air. Yes Windows 7 is a BETA....and wont be released any time soon (or so they say)...but it has great power management features that work perfectly on a netbook. This machine scored a whopping 3.5 out of 5.5 on the ratings panel..and I believe the low score is due to the Atom processor being 1.6. The memory, hard drive, video, etc was all around the 5 mark.... For those that dont know...windows vista and windows 7 have a hardware rating that they give to all machines....

This particular unit is for my 11 year old son in 6th grade.
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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful By D. Fichtner on December 15, 2008
I had the opportunity to test this netbook for a weekend, after borrowing it from a friend.

The above review is excellent, but I'd like to add/reiterate a few important details.

1. Despite having a larger screen, the video resolution is actually lower than that of the HP netbook predecessor, the HP 2133. The HP 2133 has 1280x768 resolution. This netbook has the typical 1024x600 netbook resolution. That is a big disappointment, and a downgrade despite the larger screen.

2. The audio in/out port is a major flaw. You cannot hook headphones and a microphone in at the same time, because there is just one port! As I expected to use this netbook with skype, this was a major disappointment that is not an issue with competitors. You can, however, use the HP's built-in mic and plug headphones into the single audio port, but people I was chatting with found there was a lot of extra background noise that wouldn't have been there with a traditional headset mic.

3. The proprietary HP HP Mini Mobile Drive port for additional memory is a disappointment. HP has a habit of making such things proprietary, and charging through the nose for such additions, and it's too bad. Beware of this.

4. The case is now plastic, rather than the rugged aluminum on the 2133 model. This makes it lighter, but less impressive.

5. The webcam does not work well, unless you have a LOT of light.

6. The hinge system is different than on the 2133. It doesn't bend back quite as far. This might be an issue for taller people wanting to place the computer in their lap.

7. This netbook runs borderline hot. Not as hot as the VIA model from HP, but certainly hotter than most Atom netbooks I've played with.

Otherwise, there are lots of things to love about this little machine, as mentioned in the other review.
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