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HP Mini Note 2133 Notebook Review

HP Mini Note 2133, laptop, notebook, computers, gadgetSmall is fab. Do you think you can never find a small, impressive but cheap laptop notebook? Well think again. I want you to meet this hot little mama here, the HP 2133 Mini-note laptop. This is a predecessor of the 2140. Don't underestimate this gadget because it may look small but it is big when it comes to functionalities.

HP Mini Note 2133, laptop, notebook, computers, gadgetThe notebook looks tough and durable because it is built with scratch-resistant display and with a solid chassis coated with aluminum and plastic that is finger-print free making it look more attractive. It also has a lightweight internal support structure made of magnesium alloy which keeps components from being damaged.

Specs include an amazing large keyboard so forget about hitting two keys at the same time. Weighs in at about 2.6 pounds, designed to accompany you anywhere without weighing you down. It has a bright 8.9 inch screen and a built in webcam just to name a few.

Some might get frustrated because of the absense of a DVD drive, however, you can still integrate an external drive via the USB. Not bad, isn't it?

This costs around PhP 22,950 (approximately US$ 470). So far, it is one of the most remarkable notebooks I've ever seen available at the malls. With it's fabulous design, a student or a business executive will surely love it.

Here are some of the technical and at-a-glance specifications:
-Full-function PC with utmost mobility and durable all-aluminum case
-Ultra-portable light-weight design starting at 2.8 lb (1.27 kg) and 1.05 in (27 mm) thin at front
-8.9-inch diagonal WXGA or WSVGA scratch-resistant display
-92% full-size QWERTY keyboard and touchpad
-Optional 802.11 a/b/g/n draft 2.0 wireless LAN and Bluetooth, HP Wireless Assistant
-Up to 160 GB 7200 rpm hard drive with HP 3D DriveGuard (supported on Windows models only)
-Optional integrated VGA Webcam
-ExpressCard/54 slot
-Secure Digital slot for HCSD and MMC media cards
-Upgradable up to 2GB of 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM
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