The Mini 110 XP Edition supports up to 1GB of memory and comes with the choice of a 32GB solid-state drive or a 160GB hard drive. Pricing begins at $329.99.
The Mini 110 XP Edition, ideal for Web surfing and airport movie watching, offers the option of a Broadcom Crystal High-Definition Enhanced Video Accelerator.
Both HP Mini 110 netbooks will debut on June 10 in a finish called Black Swirl, followed by Pink Chic and White Swirl on July 8.
The Mini 110 Mi Edition runs Linux, supports up to 2GB of memory and, like the XP Edition, includes an HP application for syncing data between the netbooks and another (primary) computer.
A dashboard on the Mini Mi Edition lets users quickly launch Internet and e-mail applications and store favorite photos, music and videos close at hand. Pricing will start at $279.99.
The Mini 1101 is the most business-minded of the three new netbooks and could act as a professional’s travel device on short trips. With the 3-cell battery, it weighs just 2.33 pounds, but a heavier, longer-lasting 6-cell is also available.
For connecting to corporate intranets and e-mail, integrated HP Mobile Broadband is available with the HP Mini 1101. The netbook’s starting price is $329.