A netbook isn’t really a netbook until someone’s purchased one and taken it apart to see what makes it tick. OK, it’s still a netbook before then, but it’s a hacker-approved netbook after its first dissection. And today the HP Mini 110 joins the ranks thanks to a series of photos posted by MyHPMini forum member brotato.
I’m always amazed at how much free space there actually is inside these tiny netbooks. While there’s not enough room to, say, install a second 2.5 inch hard drive, there should be plenty of room for hackers to add their an internal USB hub and patch in their own Bluetooth, GPS, or other modules. In fact, there’s also a free mini PCIe slot built right into the netbook that maybe used for the 3G module for users who order the Mini 110 with that option. If you don’t need the 3G card, perhaps you could use the slot for something else, like an SSD.
via Portable Monkey