Hewlett-Packard isn't quite ready to turn its back on the netbook sector the way some OEMs have done, but apparently it's content to relegate these once uber popular PCs to education and business markets. HP's new Mini 1104 is a 10.1-inch netbook that looks like any other, only it's rocking a an Intel Atom N2600 dual-core processor (1.6GHz) inside.
For $399, the Mini 1104 features the above mentioned processor, Intel GMA 3600 graphics, 2GB of DDR3-1333MHz memory, 320GB SATA hard drive (5400 RPM), three USB 2.0 ports, VGA port, headphone/microphone combo jack, GbE port, media card reader, VGA webcam, 93 percent full-size keyboard (spill resistant), multi-touch capacitive touchpad, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 6-cell battery, and Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit.
What separates the Mini 1104 from a standard consumer netbook is the inclusion of security management features like a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2 embedded security chip and HP ProtectTools.
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