HP’s latest netbook, the Mini 110 series, has gone up for sale at the company’s webstore in both Mi and XP editions. Replacing the HP Mini 1000 Broadband, XP and Mi models, the Mini 110 starts from $279.99 for the Linux-based netbook and $329.99 if you’d rather have Windows XP. The listings also confirm pricing for the accessories and upgrades, including how much the switch to Intel’s Atom N280 processor will cost you.
As standard, both netbooks come with Intel’s N270 1.6GHz processor, 1GB of RAM and an 8GB SSD. Graphics are via Intel’s GMA 950, and there’s a 5-in-1 memory card slot. There’s only one display option so far, a 10.1-inch 1024 x 576 panel, though we’d expect to see a 720p-capable screen appear soon, and WiFi b/g and a 3-cell battery are standard. Upgrade options include:
- Intel Atom N280 1.66GHz – $25
- 2GB DDR2 RAM – $50
- 160GB 5,400rpm HDD or 16GB SSD – $15
- 250GB 5,400rpm HHD – $65
- 32GB SSD – $90
- 64GB SSD – $180
- 6-cell Li-Poly battery – $40
According to HP’s webstore, the Mini 110 will begin arriving at customers on or around June 24th. If you don’t mind the wait, you’ll have a netbook that early reviews tipped as HP’s best yet.
[via Portable Monkey]