HP Mini 210 Review: Fusion is Fast, but Atoms Last
9 May 2011
Excerpt: With all of the talk about tablets and smartphones it’s easy to forget just how popular netbooks are and remain. The days of absurd 800% market share growth numbers are over, but netbooks remain a part of the mobile computing market and are not likely to disappear any time soon.
Summary: Конструкторы и дизайнеры HP проделали хорошую работу в результате чего у них получился серьезный имиджевый нетбук. Причем в линейки HP Mini 210 можно найти как модели со строгим мужским оформлением, так и более «легкие» аппараты любимых женских расцветок.
Excerpt: The HP Mini 210 is one of the most recognizable netbooks on the market today and has gone through several slight model changes since its introduction. We took a look at the HP Mini 210 this summer, and now HP has sent us the latest HP Mini 210 model , which can be configured with an Intel Atom N550...
Pros: Lightweight with plenty of color options, Nice Keyboard, HP Quickweb software, Price
Excerpt: For computing on the go, the HP Mini 210 is one of the most stylish choices out there. I took a look at the lavender frost Mini 210 and was in love with its beautiful color the moment I opened the box.
Summary: The HP Mini 210 is a solid option for anyone looking for a relatively inexpensive 10 inch netbook offering decent performance. It has a few features that you won’t find from most netbooks, including a base panel that can be removed without a screwdriver, a 7200RPM hard drive, and a colorful case...
Excerpt: HP’s Mini 210 should be boring. Like the Ford Fiesta of the PC world, it’s a point-A-to-B budget box from a well-known manufacturer not particularly well known for taking risks. But also like its automotive doppelganger, the Mini 210 yields some unforeseen surprises.