HP Mini 1000 Linux

When HP launched its new mini-notebook lineup last week, a $399.99 model running Windows XP was immediately available. HP also showed off a version running Ubuntu Linux with a custom “Mobile Internet Experience” interface which looks like a super-slick version of the Linux program launchers created by Dell and Asus. But there was no firm release date for the $379.99 Linux model… until now.

HP Shopping has updated the shopping page for its Mini line of netbooks to show that the Mobile Internet Experience version of the HP Mini 1000 will be available in January.

thanks Doug!

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4 replies on “HP Mini 1000 Linux edition coming in January”

  1. how do you download programs like i tunes and frostwire to the hp mini 1000 with linux operating system

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