Hewlett-Packard India, has expanded its Mini notebook portfolio (netbooks) with the launch of HP Mini210.
With the broad HP Mini portfolio, including the previously introduced Mini 110 and HP Mini by Tord Boontje, customers have a choice of sleek companion PCs that let them stay connected from anywhere. The HP Mini by Studio Tord Boontje is crafted with environmentally friendly materials.
“The new HP Mini210 range has been conceptualised after extensive research to offer the best Digital experience and a variety of options to consumers. With a full breadth of color and feature options, we are inspiring, engaging and equipping the digital generation with unexpected fun and endless possibilities,” said Rajiev Grover, Director Mobility Business Unit, Personal Systems Group, HP India. “In todays market its about development of a continuum of devices that meet consumers' unique needs. We are helping consumers discover the world of possibilities by infusing innovation, technology and design into our new range of HP Mini notebooks,” added Grover.
The HP Mini210 boasts of the latest Atom 450 with advanced features and power packed applications for all users' computing needs including chicklet keyboard, touchpad with multi gesture support, stereo speakers, wireless LAN, integrated webcam, Bluetooth, Microsoft Windows 7 OS and battery life of more than 9.5 hours.
Starting at 1.22 kilos (with HDD) and measuring less than 1-inch thin, the HP Mini 210 is available in a colorful choice of stylish Black Crystal, Silver Crystal, Pacific Blue or Sonoma Red HP Imprint finishes.
With a 10.1-inch diagonal standard or optional BrightView Infinity HD LED widescreen display and an island-style keyboard that is 93 percent of a full-size QWERTY keyboard, the 210 also features a built-in WLAN, webcam, microphone, GPS-ready system and optional 3G broadband connectivity.
Users can keep their music in sync with HP QuickSync software. The software synchronizes files created or edited on the road with a home or business PC over a wireless connection when connected to the same network. HP QuickWeb allows users to access the web without booting up the notebook by simply pushing a button. HP Cloud Drive allows users to access their synchronized content including documents, photos and music from the cloud without having to store it on a local drive.
Published Date: Feb 04, 2010 03:50 pm | Updated Date: Feb 04, 2010 03:50 pm