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April 10, 2008

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chuck

I'm happy to see that HP is re-entering the burgeoning market for mini-laptops, one which they helped to establish with their highly-respected (at least in my opinion) OmniBooks 300 and 600. Maybe I'll finally have the opportunity to replace my well-used but well-cared for OmniBook 600 (running Windows 98 SE, thank you very much) with something a little more modern and media capable!

chuck

I'm happy to see that HP is re-entering the burgeoning market for mini-laptops, one which they helped to establish with their highly-respected (at least in my opinion) OmniBooks 300 and 600. Maybe I'll finally have the opportunity to replace my well-used but well-cared for OmniBook 600 (running Windows 98 SE, thank you very much) with something a little more modern and media capable!

Techy Bob, the HP mini is a nicely built HP laptop

Greetings,

I had one of these on my bench for warranty service training and I was impressed. It has a nice rock solid feel and the component layout and overall internal design was well thought out.

I've also serviced the ASUS version and I see absolutely no reason why HP shouldn't be able to compete.

Best regards,

Bob

Templar Mason

I like mine.

steve mckay

I own this notebook and I would love it except for 2 things.

Everything about it is great except the performance. I dont know if it is windows vista that slows it down or if its just the weak processor. I dont know why they just didnt put in a better processor.

Even though it has 2 gb of RAM, it just cant keep up to watch videos and I cannot edit photos using photoshop or lightroom without some serious lag. If you use it for Picasa and emailing, msn, etc it is a super great computer. Start up time is also slow.

I heard it runs much better if you take vista off and use XP. Movies run much better if you do this.

For travel the battery lasts over 3 hours. The speakers are great. The screen is excellent (probably the best in its class) and the construction is awesome (super solid). The keyboard is also great.

It also has a nice SD card slot. The track pad is good.

Only other problem is that it gets really hot.

Denver PC Guy

I love Hp and am so happy to see them re-entering the mini laptop market. I would love to get my hands on one of these, especially for usage out in the field.

JOHN

Denver PC Guy

I love tha HP made this. I've always loved HP. HP has always made quality products and this is just one more. I would love using this out in the field.

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Every guy has issue with Dell customer support tech, the basic reason of failing to give satisfactory services to customers is Dell has outsourced their telephone service.

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