HP showed the changing roles of netbooks with the launch of its first device in 2012, the HP Mini 1104.
This 10-inch netbook is aimed at use in schools and businesses, adding the fastest processor Intel Atom 1.6GHz N2600 Cedar Trail for both graphics and overall performance. The netbook comes with Computrace Pro and a TPM security chip to help track your computer in case of theft.
The battery in this netbook allows a maximum of nine hours, a little more than netbooks base. It includes 2 GB of RAM and a hard disk up to 320GB of space. Their approach allows owners to Pro upgrade from Windows 7 Starter usual to Home Premium or Professional, or choose FreeDOS if you want to install Linux or another OS in place. There are options for HSPA + 3G and Bluetooth 3.0.
The Mini 1104 is now available for order and has a relatively high price, costing $ 399.