It seems like lots of top manufacturer want to kick-start their engine before the CES 2010 exhibition. After Lenovo, HP has also released a bunch of PCs to the market. And to be specific, they have unveiled their new series of HP Mini 210 netbook that will cost just about $280.
HP Mini 210 Netbook is not just another netbook to make the market crowded. The netbook has come with Intel’s latest Pine Trail Atom N450 processor. There is also a $20 cheaper series dubbed as Compaq Mini CQ10 for $260.
At the same time, HP also launching a bunch of Pavilion Elite Series Desktop PCs that has come with the latest Quad Core, Core i7 and Core i5 processor. No idea yet on their performance, though. You can get the detail by visiting Engadget.