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HP appears to have pulled the base model of the HP Mini 110 netbook from its web store. That means if you want to buy a new 10 inch netbook from HP, you’re going to have to opt for one of these models:

Or you can just pick up one of the many HP Mini 110 models still available from Amazon and other retailers.

The HP Mini 210 features the new Intel Atom Pine Trail processor which offers lower battery consumption than the Atom N270 chip found in the HP Mini 110 and Compaq Mini CQ10. You can read more about HP’s new models here.

via MyHPMini

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5 replies on “HP Mini 110 becomes an endangered species (gone from HP web store)”

  1. who would get the 110 if they can get 210 for the same price?its the nature of business,plus people who bought 110 recently,I feel sorry…you buy yesterday technology,today..

    1. To be honest, as I’ve said before, this new gen netbook isn’t that step up that you might expect. I would tell anyone to save money and buy the 110 with Win XP because you aren’t getting anything better in the 210 that is worth justifying the more expensive price. A slight battery improvement, perhaps a nicer chassis, but you get the lacklustre Win 7 starter. Thanks to Intel, the newer netbook isn’t so much the “yesterday technology” that you speak of.

      1. its not step up in performance however you can see the model has changed quite a bit, it looks a lot better too, HP removing the annoying L&R touchpad on 110, island type keyboard, higher resolution, no screw type of casing, for 50 bucks more..definitely it worth the upgrade. I dont really think the OS would be the cons, since most people will be using it just for the internet/small task only, win 7 starter will do it. The XP version even cheaper…$279, if you prefer that. New stuff always a step ahead.

  2. So they’re bring discontinued – no wonder I was able to get one of these for $199 on Amazon (1109NR). Still the best netbook deal of ’09, I must say.

  3. This missing HP line of netbooks with a 6 month sales cycle before they disappear (the same is true with HP, ACER, ASUS, the models die in less than a year of being introduced)… hey, good luck finding a battery for ANY OF THEM in 3 years… So, these will end up in the waste stream as pollution somewhere because you will not be able to find a battery for them within 2 years (3 tops).

    Where are the AA battery netbooks that would solve this problem?

    OT – At CES, the Norhtec Gecko Edubook booth had a 10.1 inch AA battery version of the Edubook on display, that they said in an email, ” that no one was looking at”. I was told that the press, and public, were interested in tablets for some reason?

    Of course, with a million different netbooks on the floor, when you have seen one you have seen them all. and the press after reporting on the seawave (actually a tidal wave) of netbooks for the past year are BORED to death with netbooks and at CES were hunting for something NEW.

    However, per this pod cast of MeetMobility,
    … Netbooks are still the #1 at sales on Amazon!!!

    Tablets are a dream for anyone who needs a business netbook as YOU NEED A KEYBOARD TO BE PRODUCTIVE. THE KEYBOARDS ON A SCREEN ARE OK for some work, but to do real work, you need a real keyboard.

    This Edubook 10.1 inch “concept” with a Pixel Qi Screen (if it did 1366×768 resolution in order to use it with external projector for edit of OpenOffice.org Impress or PowerPoint presentations) AND with the wonderful AA battery design, would sell… I would buy a bunch of them for the companies that I advise.

    What would be better? The AA battery netbook would need to have ability to shut off the CPU (like ARM and the Moorestown Intel design will allow). Now, that would be wonderful. Why will no manufacturer design what the consumer wants and needs?

    Problem with a slate or tablet, is without a slider keyboard they are useless, as you need a keyboard to have any degree of productivity. If APPLE comes out with a tablet with a slider keyboard with Pixel Qi they will kill the market… Of course, they will not have AA battery, but if they did (wow, it would be unstoppable).

    I fear, that an 10.1 inch AA battery netbook with Pixel Qi screen, and long battery life, will never be… because the “engineers” NEVER know what is wanted by the public. The public hates short battery times, and they hate hunting for batteries for devices that are not being made anymore. This is the case with all who I communicate all over the world.

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