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HP Mini 5101 offer to Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009 attendees

, posted: 19-Aug-2009 10:10

HP and Microsoft joined forces to offer the new HP Mini 5101 loaded with Windows 7 Ultimate, at $699 (incl GST). Also on the system is a copy of Microsoft Office 2010 Technical Preview.

This is about $500 off retail price on a new system - which still comes with Windows XP.

The HP Mini 5101 spec includes:
  • Intel Atom N280 processor, 1.66GHz
  • 2GB RAM
  • 320GB 7200 rpm SATA Hard Drive
  • 10.1 inch LED-backlit HD 16:9 display screen (1366x768)
  • Wi-fi a/b/g/draft-n, Bluetooth 2.1

There will be 500 units available and orders have to be sent in by 4th September. It's only available to Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009 attendees and the NFR licence key will be provided during the event.

Full details here - and I am told there are still tickets available for this year's Tech.Ed New Zealand.

More information

Other related posts:
Registrations open for Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand 2010
Connect with your local .Net user groups
Microsoft Tech.Ed Online: Office and UC








Comment by Nosbus, on 19-Aug-2009 18:45

No XT or Voda card built in?


Comment by freitasm, on 19-Aug-2009 18:49

No, this model doesn't have the built-in 3G modem.


Comment by ajst2duk, on 19-Aug-2009 19:34

Not sure if this is cheeky, but I would be keen to chip one in if there is a delegate attending who dosen't want it?
AJ


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