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HP Mini 110 XP gets Broadcom HD video option, colors

updated 05:05 pm EDT, Wed July 8, 2009

HP Mini 110 gets HD video

The Mini 110 XP netbook from HP is now available in two new color options, pink and white, and, more importantly, is offered for the first time with Broadcom's Crystal HD Enhanced video accelerator. The $30 option allows users to play back 1080p HD video files on the Mini 110 XP's standard 10.1-inch, 1024x576 resolution screen or optional 1366x768 screen. The Broadcom card is bundled with ArcSoft's TotalMedia Theatre, which needs to be used to play back the HD video files.

As the name implies, the Mini 110 XP is offered with Windows XP, though CPU choices include Intel's 1.6GHz or 1.66GHz Atoms, while standard storage comes in the form of a 16GB solid state drive. A 160GB hard drive is a $30 option, while a 32GB SSD can be had for $75. RAM is fixed at 1GB.

Pricing for the Mini 110 XP starts at $330 in the standard black color. The new white or pink colors add $20 to the price of the netbook. [via PortableMonkey]












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