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The editors liked

  • Attractive looks
  • Excellent keyboard
  • Good overall collection of features
  • A good value machine
  • Antiglare Display
  • Faster Hard Drive
  • Above Average Battery Size For Price
  • Attractive design. Lightweight. Comfortable keyboard. Just over seven hours of battery life.
  • New color options
  • Bigger
  • Faster hard drive than Mini 1000
  • Full-size VGA port and added USB port
  • Loud speakers
  • Stylish design. Lightweight. New and improved feature set.
  • Wireless Wide Area Networking
  • Very Comfortable Keyboard
  • Nice AntiGlare Screen
  • Budget-friendly version of one of our favorite Netbooks.
  • Low base price
  • Available wireless-broadband option
  • Great keyboard (for a netbook)
  • Attractive design

The editors didn't like

  • Horrendous touchpad
  • You pay more for the attractive looks
  • Poor battery life
  • Older DDR2 Memory That Can't Be Upgraded
  • Keyboard Not As Nice As HP's Isolated Designs
  • Mouse buttons are awkward. Thicker than most netbooks. Battery bulges from the back of the system.
  • Awkward mouse buttons
  • Six-cell battery not standard
  • No more edge-to-edge glass display
  • Mouse buttons are still awkward.
  • Thicker Than Previous Mini 1000 Series
  • Awkward Trackpad Buttons
  • Less Than Average Battery Life For SixCell Battery
  • Thicker and heavier than previous versions
  • Included file-syncing software didnt impress us.
  • Mediocre performance
  • Even by netbook standards

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  Published: 2011-02-13, review by: about.com

  • Antiglare Display, Faster Hard Drive, Above Average Battery Size For Price
  • Older DDR2 Memory That Can't Be Upgraded, Keyboard Not As Nice As HP's Isolated Designs
  • Feb 11 2011 - HP's Mini 110-3530nr offers some very unique features for a netbook that can be found under $300. It comes with an anti-glare screen that makes working outside easier, a faster hard drive and a six cell battery pack for extra running time...

 
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  Published: 2010-01-27, review by: onlinenotebook.com

  • Attractive looks, excellent keyboard,
  • Horrendous touchpad, you pay more for the attractive looks,
  • HP Mini 110-1131dx is the Netbook for you if looks are important and you want attention when you are using the device. However, you get a HD Netbook with Nvidia Ion graphics from HP for the same price. So if performance matters more, go get the HD mod...

 
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  Published: 2010-01-25, review by: pcworld.com_techhive.com

  • Good overall collection of features, A good value machine
  • Poor battery life
  • Think of this as the beefier, more economical take of HP's Mini 1000 -- a good overall value notebook. ...

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  Published: 2009-11-09, review by: pcmag.com

  • Attractive design. Lightweight. Comfortable keyboard. Just over seven hours of battery life.
  • Mouse buttons are awkward. Thicker than most netbooks. Battery bulges from the back of the system.
  • The HP Mini 110-1134CL's attractive design and spruced-up feature set is now bundled with a longer running six-cell battery....

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  Published: 2009-10-29, review by: electronicsme.com

  • If you need something small and not sophisticated, then consider the HP Mini Netbook 110-1025DX ultraportable. The battery life isn't spectacular and computing may be sluggish on some tasks, but overall it is a great value for the features and convenie...

 
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  Published: 2009-10-26, review by: tomsguide.com

  • Abstract:  We have mixed feelings about this one. The quality of the LCD panel isn’t great, but we like its matte finish. The battery life is good and the machine is light, but the battery is poorly integrated...

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  Published: 2009-08-21, review by: about.com

  • Wireless Wide Area Networking, Very Comfortable Keyboard, Nice AntiGlare Screen
  • Thicker Than Previous Mini 1000 Series, Awkward Trackpad Buttons, Less Than Average Battery Life For SixCell Battery

 
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  Published: 2009-08-14, review by: brighthub.com

  • Abstract:  The HP Mini 110 is one of the best netbook options in the sub $400 budget category. It offers a nice hardware configuration, a stylish design and an excellent keyboard. Read on to find out more about it. HP Mini 110 ReviewThe HP Mini 110 can be consi...

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  Published: 2009-08-04, review by: thereviewcrew.com

  • Overall the Rogers HP Mini 110 is a solid netbook. It’s quick, quiet, and does the job it’s intended to do. Having the ability to surf the web using your cell’s SIM card is a huge bonus and gives you a new sense of freedom. Yes there are a few minor is...

 
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  Published: 2009-07-16, Author: Elias , review by: techworld.com

  • With a retail price of around £280, the HP mini 110 (NB-1006TU_09) is worth considering if you're after a very portable and relatively easy to use netbook; it looks good, too. You can also save some money by opting for the Linux version, which costs c...

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