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HP Mini 1103 business netbook revealed

Posted on Tuesday, November 16 2010 @ 06:08:03 CET by

HP will soon start shipping the Mini 1103, a new 10.1" business laptop with the Intel Atom N455 or N475. Prices start at $299 and the system features 1GB RAM, a 3 or 6-cell battery, and either Windows 7 Starter, SUSE Linux or FreeDOS OS.
  • Starting at only 2.78 lb, the lightweight design of the HP Mini 1103 enables you to work anywhere business takes you.
  • You will see clearly now - the HP Mini 1103 is a highly mobile PC with a 10.1-inch diagonal LED-backlit WSVGA display (1024 x 600 resolution).
  • Intel's smallest processor to date enables the HP Mini 1103 to run cooler, use less power, and improve battery life.
  • Stay connected. With Wi-Fi CERTIFIED WLAN, you can send and receive e-mails or access the internet--at work, at home and at your favorite hotspots.
  • HP Mobile Broadband allows you to access the internet and email even when work takes you beyond traditional office walls.
  • Cut the cords and stay productive. Connect wirelessly to Bluetooth devices such as printers, mice and headsets.
  • Big media companion - Web conference with colleagues or other students using the integrated VGA webcam.
  • It’s charged…as long as you are. The HP Mini 1103 offers two optional battery solutions for lightest weight configurations or all-day computing.



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