HP 2133 Mini-Note PC 1.2GHz 1024MB 120GB 8.9 inch TFT BT Linux OS £159.99 delivered @ SVP - HotUKDeals
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It might be small in size but it's big on usability, durability, and attractiveness. Packed with an impressive combination of features, the HP 2133 offers you a full-function PC with the utmost mobility. Plus, its simple, refined design and all-aluminum case make it sleek and sturdy yet super lightweight.

Weighing in at just 1.27 kg, with a large 8.9-inch WSVGA display, the HP 2133 Mini-Note PC features a durable design with a robust suite of wireless, multimedia and security capabilities to allow users to stay productive.Processor: VIA C7-M 1.2GHz 0.128MB (L2 Cache)


Chipset: VN896NB and 8237S SB

ExpressCard Slots: 1 x ExpressCard 54 Slot

Memory (Maximum): 1024MB (2048MB) DDR2

Hard Disk: 120GB (1 x 120GB) 5400RPM Serial ATA Hard Drive

Keyboard: 92% full-sized keyboard

Pointing Device: Touchpad with scroll zone

Monitor: 8.9in LCD

Sound Device: High Definition Audio support

VGA Port: 1 x 15-pin D-Sub

RJ-45 Ports: 1 x RJ-45

USB Ports: 2 x USB 2.0

Microphone In Port: 1 x 3.5mm Stereo Mini-Jack

Headphone/Audio Line Out: 1 x Headphone/Line out

Secure Digital: Supported

RF Network Standard: IEEE 802.11 b/g

Bluetooth: Yes

Modem: 56Kbps

Graphics Device: VIA Chrome9

Operating System: Linux

Dimensions: 3.3cm (W) x 27.0cm (D) x 16.5cm (H) - Weight 1.2kg
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These are junk.

Keyboard & Screen is very nice, but CPU is very slow has trouble watching iPlayer.

Gets warm, and battery not very good.

Buy anything else with an Atom CPU.
Good price for a 2133.
I've got a 2133 in front of me. It runs fine, nowhere near as hot as my Toshiba laptop and iPlayer runs fine.
Agreed on the battery life - it doesn't last as long as an Atom although it usually lasts an hour and a half or so (of course depending on what you do)

I personally wouldn't bother at £160 - I bought mine over 12 months ago at Ebuyer for not much more and there have been at least 2 newer models.
My Pentium 4 desktop struggles with iPlayer! Probably my lousy internet connection I suppose.
This is supposed to be HOT!! excellent netbook. I`ve got one which I bought from PC world a year ago for, I think it was about £289.. Anyway, It plays iplayer fine.. Youtube and divx movies. it struggles slightly on Youtube HD. Thats about it....

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Just a small note, while the CPU might clock at a slower speed it actually handles 64bit operations and has a larger level 2 cache, which when applied to daily usage has proven it's more than up to the task of knocking a few points off the Intel Atom core.

I guess it all comes down to if you read reviews on processors or just believe the hype.

VIA CPU's in benchmarks against the ATOM N270 have notched up far greater yields in performance...
I guess it all comes down to if you read reviews on processors or just believe the hype.

I purchased one last year, and sent it back.

Even the battery life alone is a joke.

Its a real shame and it has the best keyboard & screen on any netbook I have tried.

If the Atom based ones were £350 then this would be a good deal and would be well worth considering. However they are not making this a poor second choice.
[FONT=Verdana]Multiple Online HP Mini-Note 2133 Resources - Reviews, Guides, Device Drivers, User Communities and Forums, Etc

Bear in mind that this is a good quality netbook (i.e. design, materials used, etc) but the performance issue can be addressed via the online guides out there and also updated device drivers as well - my mate, who I purchased one for, is a fan of them and very sturdy especially for travelling but also when he's out doing his work.

Cheers, Scotty Boy! :thumbsup:

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