HP offers a premium version of its plastic Mini 1000 while keeping the price down, making the Mini 2140 the Netbook to beat.
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Dan Ackerman takes a look at the HP Mini 2140 at CES 2009.
HP's business side is taking another crack at the Netbook market with an updated version, called the HP Mini 2140.
HP's Biz-minded Mini 5101 is a worthy successor to the Mini 2140 (one of our all-time favorite Netbooks). It looks and feels great, but for a premium-priced Netbook, we expect it to have more features, not less.
One of our all-ime favorite Netbooks is the HP Mini 2140. The revamped, and actually quite different, Mini 5101 trades the silver metal look, with a slight curve to the lid, for a more squared-off design, in black brushed aluminum.
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When we heard that HP was making some big changes to its small business Netbook, we were worried.
Unlike the browser-based version, this native app includes push notifications and a photo uploader to let you add photos from your phone or mobile device.
Toshiba is adding a 64GB solid-state drive to its Netbook offering, HP's upscale Netbook has an even larger drive.