Summary: I love old hardware and I had been eyeing the HP Mini 210 for a while now. I saw it as an alternative to a new laptop which may have come with a large price tag and some BIOS-related surprises. Let me start out by saying the processor is really, really, REALLY slow.
Summary: I like it but the battery was completely dead, not just almost, as the seller noted. Also, it's really, really slow and the"memory almost full" alert came on the first day I used it. It comes on every time I use it even though I've remixed every program I fine need, defragmented, run scans, etc.
Summary: I bought this to replace another that died from a virus. I like the size and shape but have problems with the key board with the e not working or to many letters showing with one touch of the key. Other then that I like the computer just my fault for not sending it back to fix the key board.
Summary: Big problem with the space bar. You have to hit it twice to get it to move as it tends to stick. This can be tedious when trying to type and having to go back in to put in spaces. Otherwise..product is good.
Summary: I have had this HP Mini for only one week, but I use my computer over six hours per day, including three hours of writing a day. If I had known about these details, I might have gotten a different web book, so I share them with you all. First, the good surprises: 1. Bravo!
Summary: This computer is just as great as any other HP I've ever had, but the processor is very slow. In this day and age, it's unexpected to have to wait a minute or more for a program to load, but since the day I turned the computer on, that's been my experience.
Summary: I bought a used one, which just cost $186. However, the keyboard is really really dirty and disgusting with much short curled hair and oil failure in the interstice. There are two piece of obvious scuffing on it. Anyway, it operates well, and considering the reasonable value, I give three stars.