HP Mini 210-1099SE Review – Vivienne TAM 2 edition
Looking for netbook with stylish outlook as well as with great performance? Here you search ends. HP brought HP Mini 210-1099SE Vivienne Tam 2 edition which will fulfill your requirement. Featuring butterfly all over the glossy champagne gold colored body of the netbook, not only reflects sense of style but with in it, the stylish HP Mini 210-1099SE hold some good features which help you to perform your day to day activity at ease.
The new mini 210-1099SE model from hp comes with Intel Atom Processor N450 with speed of 1.66GHz having 512MB L2 cache.
The graphics supported by Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150. The operating system it has is, windows 7 home premium which is loaded onto 250GB SATA hard drive. The hard drive speed is 7200 rpm.
The Vivienne Tam Edition mini 210-1099se comes with 10.1” WSVGA LED Brightview display comes with resolution of 1026* 600p .
The 3 cell li-ion battery gives 4.25 hours of battery life
For connectivity features the HP mini 210-1099SE is supported by 3 USB 2.0 ports, 1 VGA out, 1 headphone and mic combo jack, 5 in 1 card reader, in built webcam.
Network connectivity is supported by RJ45 connector for wired and for wi-fi it comes with 802.11b/g and Bluetooth support.
The netbook weighs 2.69 pound having size 10.55” x 6.9” x 0.9”( l/d/h)
Other significant features of HP mini 210-1099se
The Beats Audio feature offer perfect sound
The mini 210-1099SE model comes with compact mirror so when you are in travel or working at home you can groom yourself easily.
Hp QuickSync feature helps to update files, email and Internet bookmarks instantly
The all new HP mini 210-1099se Vivienne Tam 2 edition is available at $579 at hp’s own shopping site.
The mini 210-1099se from hp is sleek and stylish, you can easily carry it when you are in travel and able to perform your daily job flawlessly; Though there are some positive user reviews over the net, but I think there should be provision of 4GB RAM and some more battery life, especially when we are onboard we need more power.
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