Hewlett-Packard announced today the newly designed HP Mini 5101 10.1-inch netbook, featuring the Intel Atom N280 CPU at 1.66GHz, up to 320GB HDD at 7,200rpm or an 80GB solid state drive, Windows XP Home or SUSE Linux OS, and a 4-cell or 6-cell battery.
The LED backlight display has a resolution of 1024-by-600 or 1366-by-768 pixels. It’s managed by the Intel GMA 950 video chip.
The HP Mini 5101 also sports a keyboard that is 95 percent of a full-size QWERTY keyboard and that has keys raised from the surface, a 2MP web camera, stereo speakers and microphones, 802.11a/b/g/draft-n WiFi, a Gigabit LAN port, optional mobile broadband module, three USB ports, a 2-in-1 media card reader, and a VGA output.
The netbook starts at 2.6 pounds and features an anodized aluminum display enclosure with a black, brushed finish, while the lower case of the netbook is made of magnesium alloy.
The HP Mini 5101 is available now at HP and starts at $399.