HP has been making it big with their extensive range of tablets, notebooks and netbooks. The U.S.-based tech-giant has now unveiled the latest addition to their series of notebook – the all new HP Mini 1104. HP claims that the notebook market is still booming, and hence has launched the new notebook keeping in mind business professionals and students.
This HP Mini 1104 is said to offer an excellent performance along with improvements in graphics performance and most importantly, the new Atom processor from Intel. You get a fairly spacious screen of 10.1 inches for a better view.
The HP Mini notebook consists of a dual-core processor Intel Atom N2600 that runs a speed of 1.6GHz and adds on to the performance along with preserving the battery life. The 6-cell battery provides up to 9 hours of backup.
Weighing merely 2.78 pounds, the notebook comprises all exclusive features. The 320GB hard drive storage and 2GB RAM is sufficient to store all your required data. Additionally, you get a webcam and SDXC (secure digital) card slot.
The hardware is also robust with an aluminum shell and a coated durakeys keyboard that is spill-resistant. Apart from this, you also get an optional cellular modem/GPS receiver that is configured with Bluetooth 4.0 plus. The three USB 2.0 ports make connectivity easier.
At US$ 399, the notebook is a great deal. As of now, the notebook is only available in the U.S. through the official HP website. You can get the detailed information from HP official website.
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