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HP Mini 210 Review

The Back

The back of the display is simple yet lovely with the HP logo and an energy compliant sticker to show it doesn’t consume as much power than the conventional laptop.


Right Side

On the right are 5-in-1 memory card reader that supports SD, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Multimedia Cards, xD picture cards; Power switch; Air vent; two USB 2.0 and 10/100 Ethernet LAN ports and a Kensington Microsaver lock slot.

Left Side

On the left of HP’s Mini 210 are Power in; VGA Output; Air vent; one USB 2.0 and a integrated headphone-out/microphone-in combo ports


The Front

At the front of the netbook are speakers conveniently placed on both sides. There is no subwoofer though.

The Keyboard

The HP Mini 210 has a very lovely touch to the keyboard buttons which is smooth and sleek. The layout is 93% of a full size island-style keyboard but its still comfortable enough to type on.



The display has a glossy touch, measuring 10.2-inches and has a 1024×600 pixel resolution. There is also a webcam above the display for doing video conferencing.


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