If you’re an enterprise user and you’re looking to get your hands on a new netbook, you might be interested in taking a look at what HP has to offer. Unlike other OEMs who might be favoring the ultrabook standard, HP has not forgotten (nor given up) about the netbook market with the new HP Mini 1104 which is apparently being aimed at both the enterprise and education sector.
In terms of hardware specs, we can expect a 10.1” display with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N2600 processor. It will also feature 2GB of RAM, a 5400rpm SATA hard drive with up to 320GB of internal storage, Intel GMA 3600 graphics, three USB 2.0 ports, a GbE port, media card reader, a VGA webcam, 93% full-sized keyboard (which is also apparently spill resistant), a multi-touch capacitive touchpad and will come loaded with Windows 7.
HP also promises up to 9 hours of run time and will come with security management features such as the Trusted Platform Module 1.2 embedded security chip and HP ProtectTools. If this sounds like a netbook you wouldn’t mind getting your hands on, the HP Mini 1104 starts at $399. For more information or if you’d like to place an order, head on over to HP’s website.
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