Friday, April 8, 2011

New HP Mini 110 3G Netbooks

New HP Mini 110 3G Netbooks
AT&T Wireless recently announced yet another new addition to its lineup of 3G-enabled netbooks: the HP Mini 110. It will join the Samsung Go and the Acer Aspire One as one of the carrier’s new Windows 7 netbooks. As with most 3G netbooks, you’ll be paying less up front for the machine, but in exchange you’ll need to fork over about $60 per month for unlimited data.

With so many mini-notebooks now available from three of the four major wireless carriers, we thought you could use an easy way to compare them all. Below we’ve listed all of the netbooks available from AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and Sprint (with a special chart for the netbooks only available through Best Buy stores).

Each netbook is linked to our review of the system, but be aware that we may not have reviewed that exact configuration. In many cases we didn’t test the netbook with a 3-cell battery, for instance. Check the carrier websites for specs.