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Review: HP Mini 5102 netbook

updated 01:30 pm EDT, Sat July 10, 2010

We review HP's premium Mini netbook

The HP Mini 5102 is one of those rare netbooks designed for the mobile pro and educational markets at the same time; it's meant for those who don't simply see the netbook as a throwaway extra PC. At $415, even still has an attractive price point, but does the 5102 pack enough features and power over a regluar netbook to satisfy an audience that could pay $100 less? We find out in our full Mini 5102 review.



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    The starting price for the 5102 is currently $415 with the Intel N450 processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB of storage, Intel GMA graphics, a/b/g/n WiFi, and the 4-cell battery. This version will run Windows 7 Starter. The 10.1-inch, LED backlit display can run at 1024×600 or 1366×768. At a starting weight of 2.64 pounds and 0.91-inches thick it’s extremely portable and HP made sure to build it well. The construction is almost entirely metal, which is rare for a netbook, but it gives the 5102 a really great feel. It’s also a good looking computer thanks to the brushed aluminum LCD lid, matte soft-touch palm rests and underside, and the gloss around the display and keys.

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    The starting price for the 5102 is currently $415 with the Intel N450 processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB of storage, Intel GMA graphics, a/b/g/n WiFi, and the 4-cell battery. This version will run Windows 7 Starter. The 10.1-inch, LED back-lit display can run at 1024×600 or 1366×768. At a starting weight of 2.64 pounds and 0.91-inches thick it’s extremely portable and HP made sure to build it well. The construction is almost entirely metal, which is rare for a net-book, but it gives the 5102 a really great feel. It’s also a good looking computer thanks to the brushed aluminum LCD lid, matte soft-touch palm rests and underside, and the gloss around the display and keys.

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