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HP Mini 210-2130NR Netbook - Plaid
- Intel Atom Processor N455
- 1GB DDR3 System Memory (1 DIMM) Max supported = 1GB
- 250GB (7200RPM) Hard Drive (SATA)
- 10.1" diagonal WSVGA HP BrightView Infinity LED Display (1024 x 600)
- Genuine Windows 7 Starter
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Enjoy Web browsing and entertainment with a stylish, ultra-portable netbook. If you’re looking for a chic companion to your primary PC, then the lightweight HP Mini 210-2130NR with the ice berry finish is for you. Watch videos, view photos and edit documents effortlessly on the 10.1-inch diagonal display. Type with ease using the island-style keyboard and get fast access to e-mail, IM and social networking sites. Plus, use the integrated webcam and microphone on this HP netbook to video chat with family and friends across the globe. Transfer photos from a memory card to the HP Mini 210-2130NR netbook using the multi-format digital media reader. Built-in Wi-Fi lets you browse the Web from any room and on the go without using cables. Enjoy online games in crisp detail using integrated Intel video graphics, plus store important files on the 250GB hard drive. You can also connect this HP netbook to an MP3 player, digital camera or external optical drive easily using one of the USB ports. With a battery life of up to 8.75 hours, power through your busy day without needing to plug in your netbook.
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Unboxing & set up was effortless and quick! The netbook (being from HP) offered a program/OS that you could boot into that had a portable-esque sort of feel to it with a built in browser and etc. She just wanted the netbook to function like any other PC and set it to boot into Windows 7.
She has had her netbook for 3 weeks now with her countless amounts of music and pictures transferred over and WiFi set up. No major complaints and it's running very well. The only thing that was unexpected was that she couldn't change the desktop image from the default. With a little research we found out that the netbook (being loaded with Windows 7 Starter) wasn't given the option to change the desktop image for some silly unexplained reason. With more research we found a third party software to work around this issue.
Small issue number 2 was the battery life. With extensive use of course there will be noticeable battery drainage. Charging it over night allows her to use it for around 6 hours over the length of 2 days before the charge goes below 50%. That's not too bad at all! She tends to charge it over night every 2 days.
Some things to point out physically: Includes built in camera/microphone and WiFi capabilities, does not have a CD drive no big deal after all it is a netbook and can be solved by buying a separate USB CD drive, convenient volume +/- and brightness +/- buttons where "F 1,2,3, etc." buttons are, touch pad on/off press and hold button located at the top left corner of the touch pad in case you decide to use a wireless mouse, the touch pad also clicks when you press down on it anywhere, no numeric pad or page up/down home/end buttons but since browsing with this netbook is condensed it is just as easy to use the up/down arrows, the keyboard may be 7% smaller than a full size keyboard but typing with it feels unnoticeable, stylish silver look & vivid color casing on back of monitor and bottom of machine, three USB ports minimal but I can't imagine all of them being used at the same time especially for it being a netbook at the most one would be used for a mouse and another for a USB drive leaving one extra.
For even more technical insight Amazon doesn't provide I suggest going to HP's site and look up HP Mini 210 they also have a very nice video of the product. (:
I also only paid [...] for shipping with the trial of amazon prime. I ordered it on a Thursday night and it arrived early afternoon around 1pm on Saturday. I could have waited for monday with free shipping but I couldnt wait! Just a little extra information if your in a hurry to get one.
I have installed Zone Alarm Extreme Security, but the computer runs fast considering the hardware. The picture is good, and the battery lasts pretty long.
The keyboard is really good. I would like the cursor keys to have the normal layout though as the up and down arrow are half the size of left and right arrows. That is my only con.
In general, I fully recommend this netbook and I believe it is priced well for what you get.