Wednesday, October 29, 2008

LaptopMag reviews HP Mini 1000


Everytime a new netbook is released LaptopMag seems to snag a review. I don't know their secret but keep up the good work. Here Joanna Stern reviews the HP Mini 1000 that goes on sale today. Laptop gives it 4 out of 5 stars:

Currently, more than ten mini-notebooks are available with identical 1.6-GHz Intel Atom processors and Windows XP Home operating systems. But the HP Mini’s stylish and seriously compact chassis, crisp and bright screen, and outstanding keyboard elevate it above most of its competitors and shake up the cookie-cutter netbook mold. However, those looking for a longer lasting system with a larger, faster hard drive for $50 less will prefer the $499 Samsung NC10 (which comes standard with a 6-cell battery). But those lusting after a stylish 10-inch netbook will be beyond satisfied with the the HP Mini 1000.


via LaptopMag

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