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Many of the complaints I've read came from people who seemed at least, to be expecting a laptop (wanting even longer battery life). The additionally ridiculous complaints about the battery size are exaggerated. Does it add weight? Very little. Does it add size? 3/4" of an inch increase, I mean c'mon people. If you're going to whine about something please make it substantial. The added battery time of an additional 2 1/2 - 3 hours on top of the already 1 1/2 - 2 hours of runtime is well worth the size of the battery. Especially considering your average full size laptop will at best run for 1 1/2 hours on a full charge.
The height of the battery also situates the angle of the netbook for easier typing AND also helps to increase the airflow to the RAM. On all the netbooks I've used and tested, they all seem to heat up right in the area of RAM (memory).
The video is pretty good and can be improved by downloading the graphics driver update from the HP website.
Lightweight, portable, dual processor and 160Gb of storage is all the average person needs. I use mine for field work and to also clean up infected computer systems so it's held up VERY well. I also added 2Gb of RAM and disposed of the factory installed 1Gb and there is a noticeable speed increase as well as smoother running programs.
While you won't get the speed or graphics ability of a full size laptop or a DVD or CD player/recorder, you do get very comfortable and affordable computing power that networks very well with the built in wifi.
For those whining incessantly about the additional weight or battery size, try lugging around a full size Toshiba laptop for days on end with only a few peripherals. I think the 2-3 pound netbooks pale in comparison. Maybe some of you should really get to the gym once in a while?
I own one and I bought 2 more for each of my kids. At 13 and 14 years of age, they don't seem to have any problem with the size or weight.
This is NOT a powerhouse computer. This is NOT intended to be a computer where you'll be doing heavy photo / video editing.
What this is...
This IS a light-weight long lasting battery (6 real hours with the "larger battery"!) Netbook. It's great for surfing the web, doing e-mail, chat, etc. I bought it because I knew I'd be away from home for business and wanted my kids to be able to chat with me. The webcam works very well, the microphone / speakers are just fine. I haven't installed much more than what it comes with (only switched the web browser to the one I like better than IE).
I recommend this for...
- People who already have a "main computer" (laptop or desktop) and want something light to travel, with a long lasting battery.
- People who are on a budget and want something small (with "limited capabilities") for daily use.
One last note... yes, the keys are small... yes, you get used to it very quickly!
Looks like they left me no choice, which I think is very unfair and sneaky.
I will look for other options because they have closed the door on my 2007 already loaded on my programs. AAHH.. the mini is really great, just wish it was not ruined by Microsofts bad manners.
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