Nov 10, 2010 Netbooks
It’s hard to keep track of all these netbooks launching these days, but nevertheless it’s what we do so here goes. HP has launched, what the brand calls, a business class machine. From the eyes of many, it looks very similar, in terms of design, to the HP Mini 5102. By the looks of it, it is durable and seems about portable enough to be carried on heavy business meetings and trips.
The HP Mini 5103 netbook doesn’t come cheap though. Of course, with features as such one would expect it to that affordable. But, we do believe with an expensive price the netbook better be worth it.
HP’s Mini 5103 netbook is powered by an Intel Atom N455 processor. It comes with a 1GB RAM and a 160GB hard drive. It features a 10.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. It comes with a 4-cell battery. The HP Mini 5103 is available now for $399. Buyers can choose among its different configurations.