CES 2012 started the next netbook revolution, with Intel's newest Atom
CPUs at the helm. Today, HP is (re)joining the crowd, with the newest Mini machine launching. The HP Mini 1104 is the latest Mini for business in education. It's priced at $399, weighs 2.78 pounds and has a 10.1" display. There's also a 93% full-size keyboard, a battery that's good for up to 9 hours, a dual-core Intel Atom N2600, an integrated VGA webcam, integrated Bluetooth and a hard drive accelerometer that acts as a motion sensor for protection if the Mini is dropped.
There's also Wi-Fi, spill-resistant keyboard, VGA output, 2GB of DDR3 SDRAM and Windows 7 (32-bit). The unit measures 10.55 x 7.52 x 0.89 in (26.8 x 19.1 x 2.28 cm), and it ships with a 5400RPM hard drive up to 320GB; finally, there is three USB 2.0 ports, an RJ-45 jack, media card reader and a touchpad with capacitive multi-touch gesture support and two soft-touch buttons. So, feeling the itch for a netbook