The HP Mini 210 and HP Mini 2102 are not major overhauls of HP’s previous Mini series of notebooks, but this round of updates sport some nice refinements. Both systems weigh 2.69lbs, are less than one inch thin with unto 10 hours of battery life, they sport a 10.1″ LED screen, a 93 percent full size island style keyboard, and optional 3G broadband and GPS. The Mini 210 is geared towards consumers and is available in several colors including Black Crystal, Silver Crystal, Pacific Blue or Sonoma Red HP Imprint. The Mini 2102 is practically identical but it’s geared towards business users and only comes in black. Both systems come with some cool new software from HP including QuickSync, QuickWeb, CloudDrive and MediaStream. The Mini 210 is available on Jan. 7, starting at $299.99, while the Mini 2102 starts at $329.[nggallery id=244]
HP QuickWeb is an innovative software solution that sits outside your computer’s operating system, enabling you to access the web without having to boot into Windows. With a single touch of a button, you can enjoy a fast connection to the internet in under 20 seconds from a power-off state.
Just push the HP QuickLook button on your HP business notebook. HP QuickLook 3 springs to life in about ten seconds. You then have immediate access to information from your Microsoft Office Outlook® program. HP QuickLook 3 enables this fast access by proactively capturing information and storing it outside your computer’s operating system. You can specify the frequency at which data is captured, the type of data that is captured (e-mail, calendar, contacts and tasks), and the range of data that is captured. For example, you can capture and cache up to 1,000 messages from your inbox for ready access via HP QuickLook 3.
Work Fast with HP QuickLook 3:
• find information in seconds when your computer is off.1
• view e-mail, calendar, contact and task information with
the push of a button.
• create and edit calendar, contact and task information,
and then see your changes incorporated into outlook the
next time you open it.
• respond to e-mail messages and store them in your outbox until
the next time you open outlook.
• cache data from office outlook 2003 and 2007