There’s no telling whether HP actually plans to release a netbook looking quite like this in the US… but Wireless Goodness spotted a new pink HP Mini 210 at the FCC web site. And it doesn’t just have a pink keyboard and chassis… it also has plaid lid and touchpad with multiple shades of pink and purple. It’s an… interesting aesthetic choice.

Spec-wise, this model has a Gobi2000 wireless module for connecting to 3G wireless networks around the globe. No word on whether that’ s a standard feature or simply an option.

HP currently offers the HP Mini 210 netbook in 5 designs. You can get it in “black crystal,” “sonoma red,” “pacific blue,” “silver crystal,” or the gold and orange butterfly pattern of the HP Mini 210 Vivienne Tam Edition.

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