Excerpt: We’ve been covering netbooks consistently this past month, and its about time we look at one of the bigger names in this clustered market, and that is HP. Their Mini series is almost genre defining for the realm of small ultraportable and efficient notebooks, in other words, netbooks. But every product has lots of substitutes, thus we keep the rigor up and check this Mini210 model (Pinetrail Platform) individually to see if it's worthy of anything. Here is the review.
Excerpt: Достаточно одного взгляда на HP Mini 210 (полное модельное наименование — HP Mini 210-1100), чтобы заменить, что в нем применено немало нетрадиционных решений, которые позволяют выделить это устройство из обще-серой массы ему подобных.
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.
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 processor, a choice of new colors and a collection of improvements to the design. Keep reading to see if the refinements were enough to earn our seal of approval.
Pros: Lightweight with plenty of color options, Nice Keyboard, HP Quickweb software, Price
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 with a matching lid and base panel.