HP Mini 210-1010NR 10.1-Inch Black Netbook – 4.25 Hours of Battery Life

Written by Computer Nerd from on July 2nd, 2010 | 5 Comments

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  • Intel Atom Processor N450 (1.66 GHz, 512 KB L2 Cache)
  • 1 GB DDR2 System Memory (1 DIMM); 160 GB (5400RPM) Hard Drive (SATA)
  • Genuine Windows 7 Starter, Up to 4.25 hours of battery life
  • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 (shared) with up to 256 MB total available graphics memory
  • 10.1-inch Diagonal WSVGA LED Anti-glare Widescreen Display (1024 x 600)

Product Description
Prepare to be noticed when you take this Netbook out on the town. Small, slim and stylish, the HP Mini 210 lets you surf the web, stay connected, and be entertained wherever you go. Amp up the fun by playing videos and music or showing off your photos. Exclusive, integrated software keeps you in sync with your life by letting you e-mail, chat, and instantly access your files from anywhere. Take just what you need And leave the rest on your primary PC. At less tha… More >>

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5 Responses to “HP Mini 210-1010NR 10.1-Inch Black Netbook – 4.25 Hours of Battery Life”

  1. SouthPhillyPT

    I do not mean to be negative but I tried this netbook out at a local RadioShack store. They carry the HP 210 Netbook. The overall feel of the netbook was “plasticky” and “very plain.” As far as specifications, it seems to be competitive with other available N450 processor netbook in the market.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  2. Marylou R. Ignacio

    very disappointed for this hp mini 210 very ugly cheap easy to brake customer support are so rude mostly indian agents . i return this now dont buy this kind of model verry diffrent as discribe
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Deniz Oguz

    have and HP Pavilion dv2650et which died after 2 years. My friends have the same problem too. If you search google, youtube, or HPs own support form you will see thousands of people have the same problem. Even there is a site which is dedicated to how HP lies to its customers. They get very hot and eventually Nvidia GPU on the motherboard dies. You will get black screen of death. Just a few link for you to check.

    Common syndrome of pending death:

    The notebook does not detect wireless networks and the wireless adapter is not detected in the Device Manager.

    There is no video on the computer LCD panel or external monitor.

    The notebook has no power and no active LEDs.

    The notebook does not start.

    The battery charge indicator light does not turn on when the battery is installed and the AC adapter is connected.

    The notebook issues a single beep during boot indicating no power.

    The external monitor functions but there is no image on the notebook LCD panel.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Maggy Cathrine Fleming

    I just bought this for my 15 year old. It’s going back in the morning! We couldn’t figure or configure what’s what and we’ve been on computers all our lives. It comes with one small pamphlet and they keep asking for product numbers and passwords that don’t even exist! feels like it could slip out of ones hands and crash to smithers in a second too. The battery was getting hot after 10 minutes of use ;o(
    Rating: 2 / 5

  5. Roseann DEVASTO

    I was really happy with my mini- I can’t find the exact model here…

    Mine is a mini 110-1144NR purchased via ATT wireless

    At first I was really jazzed – I have no complaints about what it does but I hit a MAJOR snag. Windows run off the screen and there is no way to fix that.

    So if you download a game with a full screen option default, you can’t get to the menu to change it. I am also not able to access my work email because the certifice acceptance button is off the screen. Not happy.

    After working with ATT support and hp support – actually made it up to hp corporate to see if there was a command to resize windows so they fit the screen but where as soon as I told them I was trying to work with a certificate in Thunderbird and games, I was promptly told they don’t support 3rd party software.

    Now I’m trying to see if Windows support can help, because hp won’t deal with anything that changes the recommended x600 resolution.

    I did find a work around – that’s plugging a larger monitor into it for set up, but digging around behind my desktop to do this is a real drag.

    I was hoping to completely replace my tried, true, old friend – my Franklin paper planner so I’d have an easy way to back up that data, but after 2 months, I’m really having second thoughts.

    But, I’m stuck with a the wireless contract and I’ve yet to see a mini with a 1024 x 738 display. I shutter to think how much the penalties are to drop the contract (they wouldn’t add it to my cell contract)

    By the way, I’m in Palo Alto CA, aka Silicon Valley, and the 3G isn’t always available – and if I get 3 out of 5 bars it’s nothing short of a miracle. Do you believe that!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Rating: 2 / 5