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Monday June 23, 2008 1:19 pm

HP Mini-Note 2133 unboxing gallery

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Features, Galleries, Laptop,

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We got our hands on one of the new ultraportable netbooks, and thought you guys would enjoy seeing a gallery that’s chock full of unboxing shots. The Mini-Note is HP’s entry into the netbook (very tiny, ultraportable computers that are geared towards Internet tasks) realm, and we think they nailed it in quite a few key areas. From our HP Mini-Note review:

The HP Mini-Note 2133 impresses with its over-all well thought-out design and strong focus on business performance. While the unwieldy mouse button placement will likely throw most users for a loop, it is possible to adapt after a few hours of usage. If you are in the market for an ultra-light laptop with a roomy keyboard and high resolution screen, but don’t feel like waiting around to see if an Atom version is on the way, the 2133 seems like an ideal choice.

Of course, you can check out our full review of the Mini-Note if you think you might have a need for such a device. In the meantime, head on over and check out our Mini-Note unboxing gallery to see it in all its glory.

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HP Mini-Note unboxing gallery



Forum Discussion

Its looks very nice and kind of has the sleek/sexy apple look with the brushed metal. Also, the keyboard has a very nice size but the trackpad kind of looks very small from the angle of the shot. Very nice, and as of this far, this is definetley my favorite netbook out there.

I like the look and the size of it. Its one that you can take on trips with you since its so small. Thats why people are attracted to it I think mainly because of its size and its look. Not so much the specs on it, I mean it helps but by looking at it thats why people want to check it out.

I like the look of it, but I'm just not really into the really small notebooks. They may be nice for some people but not for me. I have troubles using my wife's 15 inch laptop. Guess I'm just too used to having a full size keyboard and everything on my 17 inch HP.

Yeah that would be a change from a 17 inch to a really small one. It would take some getting use to for the keyboard, never thought about that. I was just looking at the fact that it was small and that you could travel with it. I dont know I would still give it a try though. Would save alot of room compared to a big size desktop.

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