Key features: HP's new netbook has a 10.1-inch screen and runs on Intel's newest Atom processor, the N2600. The chip, which runs at a clock speed of 1.6GHz and draws 3.5 watts of power, improves application and graphics performance while preserving battery life. HP said that a Mini 1104 with a 6-cell battery will have nine hours of battery life. Other features include a webcam, an SDXC (Secure Digital) card slot, up to 320GB of hard-drive storage and 2GB of RAM.
More information: HP's new Mini netbook sports Intel's latest Atom chip