freitasm: The HP should be the first in your list. Seriously well built machines and good performance.
xurizaemon:freitasm: The HP should be the first in your list. Seriously well built machines and good performance.
The fact that you've mentioned your HP Mini 110 has been a factor in me reconsidering (I was liking the Dell Mini 10 primarily but a few people have mentioned that the build quality is not up to par with HPs).
However having just had a shop look around, I'm more confused than before by the range of HP Mini 110 models!
Even Harvey Norman seem to have four or five different models labelled "HP Mini 110". Yesterday I saw there the 1052TU, 1156TU, 1038TU and 1006TU, all of which had varied specs and features. (It was Saturday, I wanted a drop-in store to try the keyboards out, even though their prices are much higher than competing stores on pricespy.co.nz).
I mostly preferred the 1156TU but the screen was matte and less bright than some of its sister models.
Is there some feature / product matrix which will help me interpret the plethora of "HP Mini 110" models?
Features I'd like are: 1366x768 screen, full Linux compatability, BT, 3G option, RAM expandability. Not so concerned about HD space.