HP unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show this week a new netbook PC for the on-the-go crowd. It is called the Mini 2140 and it starts pricing around $500.
The Mini 2140 is a 10.1-inch display PC built into a simple aluminum case and starting around 2.6 pounds. It sports a nearly full size QWERTY keyboard, runs off of an Intel Atom processor and has an option available to carry an 80GB solid state drive.
Other features of the Mini 2140 include Wi-Fi Certified WLAN, Bluetooth 2.0, VGA Webcam and several protection schemes to enhance the physical life of this small form laptop. It will be available starting later this month.Hewlett-Packard, HP, laptops, netbooks, notebook computers