HP replaces Mini 1000 with Mini 110

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HP has replaced its Mini 1000 series of netbooks with the Mini 110 series. Not a whole lot has changed, except that you’ll be able to customize things a bit more.

The Linux version starts at $279 and can be upgraded from an Intel N270 Atom CPU to the slightly-faster N280 CPU and the RAM can be bumped from 1GB to 2GB. The XP version starts at $329 and features the same CPU upgrade option, although the RAM is stuck at 1GB thanks to Microsoft’s weird netbook rules.

Hard drive upgrades are also available for both versions. Both machines feature a 10.1-inch screen at 1024×576 resolution. No word on whether or not HP will offer a high-res screen in the future.

HP Mini Laptops [HP via SlashGear]

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