Verizon adds the HP Mini 210-1076 to its netbook stable

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Verizon’s latest netbook nearly completes its collection. The 10.1-inch HP Mini 210 offers the N450 1.66GHz Atom CPU along with 1GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive. Windows 7 Starter edition powers the netbook and it can be yours for for $149 with a 2-year data contract. Of course $50 more will get a larger screen and Windows Home Premium with the HP Mini 311.

Now the big red V has the Windows XP-powered Gateway LT at the $50 price point, the new HP at $149, and the more potent HP Mini 311 rounding out the group at the $199 mark. Now all Verizon needs is a tablet of some sort. Say, maybe, one by RIM?

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