HP Rolls Out new Mini PC

HP’s new range of gear includes as the Mini 110 with Linux OS

HP has launched new additions to its consumer notebook, desktop and monitor ranges include HP Mini 110, which comes with a 160GB hard drive, solid state drive or Linux operating system.

“Digital lifestyles and the demand for compact and highly mobile technology have shaped the development of these new consumer products from HP,” said Tony Ignatavicius, Director, Product Marketing, Personal Systems Group, HP Australia. “Specifically, the HP Mini 110 and new small form factor desktop PCs offer affordable, capable and stylish choices for mobile and home computing.”

The HP Mini 110 also features White Swirl, Pink Chic and Black Swirl designs, come in a variety of configurations, and is geared towards information “snacking”. The Internet-centric devices also feature a 10.1-inch LED widescreen, an Intel Atom N280 1.66GHz processor and built in webcam and microphone.

Also new to HP’s consumer notebook range is the HP Pavilion dv2 Notebook PC, which now offers the AMD Turion Neo X2 Dual-Core mobile processor and a 500GB hard drive in its slim build.

HP has also launched new editions of its small form factor PCs – specifically the HP Slimline s5000a Series PC and the Compaq Presario CQ2250AN_B PC. Focused on delivering uncluttered solutions for the home, the Compaq also comes with an 18-inch monitor.