HP has stopped taking orders for the Mini 2140 and has added the netbook to its list of discontinued products. The HP Mini 2140 is a mini-laptop with a 10 inch screen and Intel Atom processor. But it has some business-class features which help set it apart from the crowd, including a spill-resistant keyboard, an accelerometer that shuts off the hard drive in the event of a fall to protect your data, and a sturdy aluminum/magnesium alloy case.
While you can’t get the Mini 2140 from HP anymore, it looks like some third party retailers still have it in stock, including PC Mall which is offering the Mini 214o for just $299.99 when you buy it with a slip cover and RAM upgrade.
You can read more about the HP Mini 2140 in the Liliputing Product Database or check out my review of the laptop.
Update: The death of the HP Mini 2140 may have been somewhat exagerrated. While it’s much harder to find links to buy this netbook than it was a few days ago, pixel qi fan in waiting points out that you can find some configurations of the netbook that are still available for sale, particularly if you search by model number.