HP Mini 1103 released for business people on a budget
byJoanna Stern||November 15th 2010 at 11:01amNovember 15th 2010 11:01 am
Devastated that you won't be able to nab an HP Slate 500in time for the holidays? How about a brand new HP business netbook as a consolation? The Mini 1103 looks a lot like the consumer Mini 210 but drops the colorful lid options as it's more for Suits in search of an affordable mini-laptop. Starting at $299, the 10.1-inch netbook is available with Intel Atom N455 and N475 processor options, 1GB of RAM, three- and six-cell batteries, and your choice of Windows 7 Starter, SUSE Linux, or FreeDOS OS. Obviously, if you're looking for a higher-end netbook with an HD display, touchscreen, dual-core processor, and more durable aluminum lid, there's still the $399 Mini 5103, but the Mini 1103 does have HP's business applications, including QuickSync and QuickWeb. Hit the gallery below for shots of the new little guy and the source link for a full rundown of the configurations.