The notebook HP Mini 1000 is the perfect on-the-go companion for the ultra-mobile consumer. This is HP's second-generation foray into the mini-laptop space, also known as netbooks. HP Mini 1000 is available with an 8.9" or 10.1" diagonal display, weighs only 2.25 lb., and has a nearly full sized keyboard.
This new consumer version has a nearly identical design, but in lightweight plastic its body is also slightly thinner.
The notebook Mini 1000 build in an Intel Atom processor (Dual-Core standard) as opposed to the VIA processor in the Mini-Note 2133, Operating system using Windows XP Home Edition.
And probably the flashiest mini-note to date, set to arrive by mid-December, is a customized red take on the Mini designed by Vivienne Tam.
The notebook HP Mini 1000 provided some good quality software such as Microsoft Works 9, Windows Internet Explorer 7 and Windows Media Player 11. For the hardware, HP Mini 1000 offer scalability and flexibility via hard drive options—8GB or 16GB SSD, or 60GB HDD.
The user can be easy to operate the notebook HP Mini 1000, Surf the Internet without eye strain on the spacious 8.9" diagonal widescreen, or upgrade to a 10.1" diagonal, edge-to-edge BrightView Infinity display. Easily transfer data to and from other devices via two USB ports.