How small a laptop could be? Maybe you want to ask yourself this question. Of course there is no an absolute answer, but HP 2133 is small enough to force your to smile. The interesting thing is it has become one of the most popular laptops in the world these days. People are talking about HP 2133 Mini-Note very much, so here we will discuss it today.
HP 2133 Mini laptop was released in April, 2008, we can say it is an old guy, but it's still fashionable now, so we have to say it is a new guy in the meantime. This ultra mobile subnotebook features an impressive 8.9-inch screen, a remarkably large keyboard, a full-sized notebook hard drive, and plenty of impressive specs.
Don't look down upon HP 2133, just like HP said, It might be small in size but its 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-aluminium case make it sleek and sturdy yet super lightweight. So it is super convenient to carry it anywhere.
Weighing in at just 1.27 kg, with a large 8.9-inch WXGA 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. This is why so many people are crazy about it.
Due to the small display, HP 2133 could be the best mini laptop for children. But of course adult can use it too, especially students, just think about it, you carry HP 2133 to your classroom, your classmates think you are carrying a book! How cool it is!
The HP 2133 comes equipped with the tools to help you conduct business efficiently on the go with features such as high-resolution, 8.9-inch diagonal WXGA display; 92% full-size, user-friendly QWERTY keyboard; and touchpad.
HP 2133 Mini-Note Specs:
- Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista Business, Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic 32, FreeDOS, or SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
- Processor: VIA C7-M ULV Processor (up to 1.6 GHz, 128 KB L2 cache)
- Chipset: VIA CN896NB and 8237S SB
- Memory: DDR2 SDRAM, 667MHz, one SODIMM memory slot, supports up to 2048MB
- Internal Storage: 120GB/160GB 5400 rpm SATA, 120GB/160GB 7200 rpm SATA with HP 3D DriveGuard; or 64GB Solid State Drive; optional 4GB PATA Flash Module with SuSE Linux
- Display: 8.9-inch diagonal WXGA (1280 x 768)
- Graphics: VIA Chrome 9
- Audio: High Definition Audio, stereos speakers, integrated stereo microphones, stereo headphone/line out, stereo microphone in
- Wireless support: Broadcom 802.11a/b/g, b/g, optional Bluetooth 2.0, HP Wireless Assistant
Communications Broadcom Ethernet Integrated Controller (10/100/1000)
- Expansion slots: (1) ExpressCard/54 slot, Secure Digital (SD) slot
- Ports and connectors: (2) USB 2.0 ports, VGA, power connector, RJ-45/Ethernet, stereo headphone/line out, stereo microphone in, optional VGA webcam
- Input device: 92% full-sized keyboard, touchpad with scroll zone
- Software: HP Backup and Recovery Manager, Roxio Creator 9, Microsoft Office Ready 20078
Security Kensington lock, Symantec Norton Internet Security
- Dimensions (H x W x D): 1.05 (at front) x 10.04 x 6.5 inches
- Weight: 2.63 lb (with 3-cell battery and 4 GB Solid State Drive, 3.23 lb with 6-cell battery and 160GB hard drive, 2.86 lb with 3-cell battery and 160GB hard drive.
- Power: 6-cell (55 WHr) or 3-cell (28 WHr) Lithium-Ion battery, 65W HP Smart AC Adapter with HP Fast Charge
- Warranty: Limited 1-year and 90-day warranty options available, depending on country, 1-year limited warranty on primary battery
HP 2133 Mini-Note Price: Range from $499 for the 1.0GHz VIA processor, 512MB of RAM and a 4GB PATA Flash module with Linux, to $749 for the 1.6GHz VIA processor, 2GB of RAM and a 120GB 5400 rpm hard drive running Windows Vista Business. So it's not expensive at all, it is worth your money.
Who need this kind of laptop most? I think children will love it most, so it is best for parents to buy it to their children as a gift. That would be very cool.
So what do you think about HP 2133 Mini-Note PC?