The evolution of the netbook

22 netbooks in 18 months

HP Mini 1001TU: HP impressed us with its 2133 Mini-Note netbook, which was aimed at business users, but the Mini 1001TU is an underdone, overpriced netbook. The only new feature it brings to the netbook market is a bigger, 10.2in screen. Despite the increased screen size, the 1001TU is actually smaller than the 2133 Mini-Note, and it runs much cooler. It’s based on an Intel Atom N270 CPU (1.6GHz), 1GB of RAM, a 60GB hard drive and 802.11g wireless networking. That’s not enough to justify its $899 price tag.

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