HP doesn’t plan to showcase any brand new netbook models at CES this year, but the company is giving its latest Mini 210 line of 10 inch netboks a bit of a makeover. The company has added two new color options: iceberry and rasberry.

The rasberry color will be available exclusively from Best Buy in the US for $329.99 starting on January 23rd. In case you couldn’t guess, it’s the darker pink, almost purple of the two.

The iceberry color option will be available from HP.com beginning on January 9th, with prices starting at $349.99.

The new lids are designed with a layered, checkered pattern that looks different from different angles. You can see a few more photos after the break.

For more details on the specs and performance, you can check out my review of the HP Mini 210 from November.

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One reply on “HP Mini 210 netbooks get new color options”

  1. It is amazing to see just how far computer aesthetics have come in the past 30 years. I remember when I was first getting into computing, you had the choice of an ivory case, or if you were really lucky, an ivory case with a turbo button! As computers have become more mainstream public demand has had greater influence. Apple has a lot to answer for by making gadgets more desirable, not just through functionality but through the look and feel. I remember the phase where kids would use liquid paper on their black headphones to make it look like they had an iPod. More power to the consumer I say!

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