Excerpt: With HP releasing HP Mini 210 today , we look back at its predecessor - the HP Mini 110 . HP Mini 110-3547 specs: 10.1" diagonal matte LED display (1024 x 600 WSVGA) Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 (shared) 6-cell Li-Ion Battery Pack (5.5-hour battery life) 3 USB ports and 2-in-1 integrated...
Conclusion: A good-sized keyboard and the glare-free screen make this a good choice if you’re often on the move and a chunky build promises to protect from wear, tear and the odd bang. The weight can be heavy – particularly with the bigger, longer-lasting battery whilst the touchpad is a little annoying and the...
Summary: The HP Mini 110 (NB-1006TU_09): a 10.1in netbook that has a swirly patterned lid for its LED screen and an Intel Atom N280 CPU. It's available with either a spinning hard drive or a solid-state drive, and you have the option of purchasing either a Windows XP or Linux model.
Summary: Assuming the 6-cell battery on the Mini 110 gets close to the 6-hour runtime claim, the Mini 110 will be one of the better netbook bargains at $369. We're still not fans of the vertical touchpad buttons, but HP has made several welcome improvements while still delivering one of the best netbook...
Summary: Overall the Rogers HP Mini 110 is a solid netbook. It’s quick, quiet, and does the job it’s intended to do. Having the ability to surf the web using your cell’s SIM card is a huge bonus and gives you a new sense of freedom.
This HP Mini netbook looks good, is very light and is relatively fast
Good Gear Guide.au
1 May 2010
Summary: The HP mini 110 (NB-1006TU_09) is worth considering if you're after a very portable and relatively easy to use netbook; it looks good, too. You can also save some money by opting for the Linux version, which costs $499 and has a 16GB solid-state drive instead of a 160GB hard drive.
Pros: Good keyboard, only 1.1kg, relatively good performance
Cons: Relatively short battery life, grey lettering on some keys is hard to read, touchpad is hard to get used to