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HP’s Cedar Trail Mini 210 Netbook now selling in the U.S.

Suiting up for the trend, HP has quietly jumped on the Cedar Trail train with the availability of its freshly updated HP Mini 210 Netbook in the U.S. – a 10.1-inch unit housing Intel's Atom N2600 (1.6GHz) processor, or you can opt for the higher 1.83GHz clocked Atom N2800.

The same base price applies with the new Cedar Trail-equipped Mini 210 as with the older Pine Trail version at US $299.99, only now it'll get a thumbs up for HD video playback and overall better performance with lesser power consumption.

The $299.99 Mini 210 gets you one with an Atom N2600 or you can throw HP an extra $35 to pick up one with the N2800 chip. The netbook comes with Windows 7 Starter in base trim (or you can move up to Home Premium 32-bit), 1 or 2GB of RAM, up to a 500GB HDD, a 93% full-size textured spill-resistant keyboard, webcam, 10/100 LAN, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, multi-format card reader and a 6-cell battery promising up to 8.75 hours of uptime.

The standard screen is of your typical 10.1-inch LED-backlit 1024 x 600 type, but what's particularly nice is that HP gives the option to opt for a 1366 x 768 display with the new Mini 210.

If the default charcoal color doesn't do much for you, HP also offers it in four other colors; ocean drive, luminous rose, crimson red and sweet purple.

KitGuru says: The ability to opt for a 1366 x 768 display for only an additional US $25 is a terrific asset to this little netbook which for many folks will be the Mini 210's real selling point.

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