HP Mini 210-2100 Netbook Review

HP Mini 210-2100 Netbook

HP Mini 210-2100 review index:

1 – HP Mini 210-2100: Overview

HP Mini 210-2100 Netbook

I had the oppurtunity, few days ago, to quickly play with a Mini 210-2100, new HP’s netbook. The Mini 210-2100 is powered by the new Intel Atom N550 @ 1.5GHz, a dual core processor with hyperthreading capabilities which means the operating system sees 4 logical cores:

HP Mini 210-2100 Netbook

More details about Intel Atom™ Processor N550 can be found HERE.

The price of this netbook is around US $380.

HP Mini 210-2100 is available in several colors (Charcoal, Ice Berry and Ocean Drive) and I tested the blue (Ocean) one (HP Mini 210-2180).

The Mini 210 like most of netbooks is small. Here is a comparison with a GTX 580:

HP Mini 210-2100 Netbook

HP’s netbook is shipped with a 40W AC power adapter:

HP Mini 210-2100 Netbook

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5 thoughts on “HP Mini 210-2100 Netbook Review”

  1. Leith

    Intel sucks. AMD powered netbooks will beat the crap out of them.

    Full DX11 in a netbook, FTW.

  2. LogicPleo

    How much, 380€…

    They sell AMD HP Probook for little bit more and with Ubuntu, netbook is a toy you won’t get far with it.

  3. Eagleseye

    I bought one of these as a holiday travel spare. Fast enough to surf and do email, small enough to pack anywhere, cheap enough so you’re not devastated if some person purloins it. Also good for backing up pics in case camera gets stolen. Screen is same size as an iPAd, and guess what, it comes with a nice keyboard, an integrated case, a dual core processor and a great deal more storage for approximately half the price. Oh, and it also has USB ports and flash…..
    We also upgraded the ram to 2GB and the OS to Windows Home Premium and it works just fine for the purpose. Also great as a budget PC, just plug in a regular keyboard and a monitor up to 1080p from the VGA connection (iPad doesnt have that either).

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