HP Mini 210 HD Edition Review

Posted on 2010-06-30 12:41:05 by Thomas De Maesschalck

HP's Mini 210 should be boring. Like the Ford Fiesta of the PC world, it's a point-A-to-B budget box from a well-known manufacturer not particularly well known for taking risks. But also like its automotive doppelganger, the Mini 210 yields some unforeseen surprises. Besides styling that breaks the monotony of countless Taiwanese clones, it sports an exceptionally high resolution display, optional Broadcom video decoder chip, and a touchpad that emulates Apple's MacBooks. As we found out, that last point proves to be a major - debatably fatal - stumbling block for the Mini 210, but buyers who can learn to live with the mind-bogglingly-bad pad, or spring for a wireless mouse, can learn to cope with an otherwise very well put together netbook.

Link: Digitaltrends

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