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While the Viviene Tam Edition Mini 1000 sure was pretty, it's hardly what you'd call \"new.\" According to undisclosed sources cited by the always questionable DigiTimes, Hewlett-Packard is toying with the idea of bringing a few new infants to market in the Mini-note line. If all goes to plan, a WWAN

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Not content with letting the freelancers at Venture Beat hog the spotlight, some HP-loving Canadians decided to take their 2133 Mini-Note and add a dash of Google's Android OS -- the best thing to happen to netbooks since SSD. There isn't really much in terms of details right now, but if you're the

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Sure, the Vivienne Tam Edition Mini has been available for about a month, but it's taken that long for at least one red-obsessed netbook lover to give us a hands-on with HP's fashion-forward \"Digital Clutch.\" The folks over at GearDiary loved the red and gold color scheme on the keyboard and the i

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HP's obviously getting ready to expand its netbook line beyond the well-received Mini-Note 2133 -- the company recently started teasing the Vivienne Tam Digital Clutch, and now images and pricing for a \"Mini 1000\" have appeared on the HP shopping site. As expected, the new rig is basically a non-gl

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Can you feel it? That tepid urge purging itself into a dew of sweaty anticipation across your forehead can only be attributed to another boxy netbook, this time presented by Epson in teaser format. The MiniNote hits Japan in November packing the usual netbook specs: 1.6GHz Atom with XP riding 1GB m

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HP has always been confident that the 2133 Mini-Note would sell quickly, to the point where the company planned to build some two million units this year, and it sounds like that bet's paying off -- China's Apply Daily is citing sources at HP Taiwan quoting worldwide sales growing 50 percent monthly

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It was inevitable, was it not? With the success of HP's 2133 Mini-Note, it was pretty obvious that the outfit would be working up a second edition, and according to Jerel Chong, HP Australia's Market Development Manager for Notebook PCs, it's already \"looking at a similar device but at a lower cost

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Sure, ASUS' Eee PC may have done quite a bit to spark the subnote revolution, but HP's 2133 Mini-Note PC has received an incredible amount of fanfare on its own. As soon as HP's order page went live, however, we began to hear grumblings like \"Where's my option for XP?,\" and \"I'm stuck with a VIA?\"

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We can't all be as lucky as reader Robert, who's somehow (we suspect by using money) gotten his hands all over a brand new Mini-Note. At least Robert is a kind man, evidenced by the fact that he's sent us some terrific shots of him unboxing his new toy. Check the gallery after the link to see it al

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