The HP Mini 110 XP Edition is now available for order with Broadcom Crystal HD Enhanced Video accelerator. The upgrade adds support for HD video playback to the netbook. Normally devices with Intel Atom processors struggle to play 720p or higher resolution video. The Broadcom card isn’t a full-fledged graphics card, but it will help you play supported video formats when using supported software — like the ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre software that comes with the HP Mini 110 when you pay $30 for the video accelerator option.
The netbook is also now shipping in two new colors, white and pink. At launch, only the black model was available. You can check out a few more photos of the new color options after the break. The black model has a starting price of $329.99, while the pink and white models start at $349.99.