The number of companies coming out with tiny affordable notebook PC’s is on the increase every day, thanks to the huge success of the Asus Eee, we have an every increasing choice of small affordable notebooks.
The latest company on the bandwagon is HP with the Mini Note micro notebook, which is designed to improve on the micro notebooks available today.
The Mini Note features an 8.9 inch screen, and is built out of aluminum and has a spill resistant and more user friendly keyboard.
The Mini Note comes with a 1GHZ viz C7-M processor and 512MB or memory, as well as a 4GB solid state drive, and the base model runs SuSe Linux.
The HP Mini Note is aimed at the higher end range of these micro notebooks, at the same time it is still very affordable, with base models starting at $499 and the top model retailing at $1,199.
You can also customise your own model and choose whatever specs you need from the range available to suit your needs and budget.
The HP Mini Note is expected to go on sale sometime this month.
via ElectronistaFiled Under: Laptops, Linux News