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HP 2140 Mini-Note

HP offers a premium version of its plastic Mini 1000 while keeping the price down, making the Mini 2140 the Netbook to beat.

Jan. 22, 2009

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MSRP: $629.00


Get a Brother HL-2140 laser printer for $49.98 shipped

If you're looking to print out all those deals you've read about on CNET in the last few days, this isn't a bad deal for a printer by a reputable maker.

By Nov. 29, 2009


HP Mini 2140

Dan Ackerman takes a look at the HP Mini 2140 at CES 2009.

By Mar. 11, 2009


First third-generation Netbook: HP Mini 2140

HP's business side is taking another crack at the Netbook market with an updated version, called the HP Mini 2140.

By Jan. 5, 2009


Rumor Has It: iPhone 5, is that you? You look tall, thin (video)

This week in rumor land, Barnes & Noble has a secret, an iPhone rumor is born every minute, and Microsoft finally realizes that nobody wants to pay $1 million for Windows 8.

By Jul. 18, 2012


One of our favorite Netbooks gets a sequel: meet the HP Mini 5101

When we heard that HP was making some big changes to its small business Netbook, we were worried.

By Jul. 30, 2009


Hands-on: Google+ app on the iPhone

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.

By Jul. 19, 2011


Netbook solid-state drives expand to 64GB and beyond

Toshiba is adding a 64GB solid-state drive to its Netbook offering, HP's upscale Netbook has an even larger drive.

By Jan. 20, 2009


HP's new business Netbook: the Mini 5101

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.

By Jun. 23, 2009


Friday Poll: Which tech product is Joe Biden?

Vote in our Friday Poll: If Senator Joe Biden were a tech product, which would he be: Wikipedia, an iPhone screen protector, a copy machine, or an Energizer bunny?

By Oct. 10, 2008