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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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.
HP's business side is taking another crack at the Netbook market with an updated version, called the HP Mini 2140.
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Built for the Netflix-streaming age, the IdeaCentre A300 lacks an optical drive, but does have an HDMI input for connecting a Blu-ray player or game console.
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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.