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  Reply # 289297 12-Jan-2010 15:41
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Interesting - http://www.liliputing.com/2010/01/hp-mini-110-becomes-an-endangered-species-gone-from-hp-web-store.html .

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  Reply # 289349 12-Jan-2010 17:26
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We really have to write the book when this is all over!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 289371 12-Jan-2010 18:42
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tons: Interesting - http://www.liliputing.com/2010/01/hp-mini-110-becomes-an-endangered-species-gone-from-hp-web-store.html .



That article said the 110 has/d a 270 processor ... is that a typo?  The HN HP's had the 280 processor didn't they?  Can someone who managed to score one of the HP's in the sale confirm the specs on their machine?  Aside from the processor number, I'm also keen to know if they have the 950 Integrated Graphics rather than the 945.  Thanks.


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  Reply # 289373 12-Jan-2010 18:44
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c71931f: I dm'd the Harvey norman twittr account again and they said "Hi I have emailed the person concerned again today. I expect I will get an answer anytime in the next 24 hours. Sorry for the delay. less than 20 seconds ago "



Nice one, c71931f!  Smile

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  Reply # 289440 12-Jan-2010 21:41

andyj14 , These are the specs for the Harvey Normans one, from someone selling one on trademe at http://www.trademe.co.nz/Computers/Laptops/Laptops/HP/auction-264308492.htm . It doies definately have the better / newer chips in it.

Operating system installed
Genuine Windows XP Home

Processor type
Intel Atom Processor N280
* 1.66 GHz, 512 KB L2 Cache, 667 MHz FSB

Standard memory
1024 MB

Memory
DDR2 533 MHz

Memory layout
(1 x 1024 MB)

Maximum memory
Supports up to 1 GB DDR2 memory

System features
Internal drives
160 GB

Hard disk drive speed
5400 rpm

Display size
10.1" Diagonal WSVGA LED Anti-glare Widescreen Display

Display resolution
1024 x 600

Graphic subsystem name
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950

External I/O ports
3 USB 2.0, VGA, RJ-45, Headphone-out/Microphone in combo jack, AC adapter

Speakers and microphone
Generic. Stereo

Webcam
Webcam with Integrated Digital Microphone

Network interface
Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)

Wireless technologies (Wifi)
802.11b/g WLAN & Bluetooth

5 in 1 Digital Media Reader

Dimensions / weight / warranty
Product dimensions (W x D x H)
26.15 cm (L) x 17.2 cm (W) x 2.63 (min H) / 3.27 cm (max H)

Product weight
1.17 kg

Power supply type
30 W AC Power Adapter

Battery type
3-Cell Lithium-ion (28Whr)

Warranty 1year

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  Reply # 289445 12-Jan-2010 21:44

Does anyone know if the one they were selling at HN, the HP mini 110-1111TU, was the same as the HP Mini 110-1006TU Netbook, which Noel Leemings are selling at http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/computers/notebook-computers/pc-notebook-computers/hp-hpmini110-1006-mini-110-1006tu-notebook/prod12236.html
They appear to have the same specs and comes with xp, however the 1006TU appears to have a slower harddrive.

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  Reply # 289460 12-Jan-2010 22:45
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BigHammer:
sbiddle:
vinnieg:
I think Asus would definitely ship it in retail packaging. ?when i got mine i paid $500NZD in September for my 1005HA, so $288 would be about right for trade price :) easily



You definately have an unrealistic concept of margins in the PC industry!



And some!


Well, you can pickup a 1005HA 6 cell for $425NZD off Ebay using Shipito, sells for $480NZD on ebay including shipping it through Shipito :)


So Harveys would probably have say a 3-cell battery with the other standard specs of the 1005HA, of course realistically, they are still losing money on the deal




I have moved across the ditch.  Now residing in Melbourne as a VOIP/Video Technical Trainer/Engineer. 

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  Reply # 289468 12-Jan-2010 23:12
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robbyp: Does anyone know if the one they were selling at HN, the HP mini 110-1111TU, was the same as the HP Mini 110-1006TU Netbook, which Noel Leemings are selling at http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/computers/notebook-computers/pc-notebook-computers/hp-hpmini110-1006-mini-110-1006tu-notebook/prod12236.html
They appear to have the same specs and comes with xp, however the 1006TU appears to have a slower harddrive.


from the box

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  Reply # 289475 12-Jan-2010 23:42

hellonearthisman:
robbyp: Does anyone know if the one they were selling at HN, the HP mini 110-1111TU, was the same as the HP Mini 110-1006TU Netbook, which Noel Leemings are selling at http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/computers/notebook-computers/pc-notebook-computers/hp-hpmini110-1006-mini-110-1006tu-notebook/prod12236.html
They appear to have the same specs and comes with xp, however the 1006TU appears to have a slower harddrive.


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Yes that shows that that tag was made for HN, as it has HN Exclusiv after the model. Therefore was that a specially built computer made solely for HN, or was it just rebadged off an existing model such as a 1006TU?

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  Reply # 289506 13-Jan-2010 07:48
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Yes that shows that that tag was made for HN, as it has HN Exclusiv after the model. Therefore was that a specially built computer made solely for HN, or was it just rebadged off an existing model such as a 1006TU?


I think you are going overboard robbyp...

Harvey Norman make those tags themselves. It's a barcode, not a factory made label. Exclusivity will be within New Zealand only.
Think about how many models of laptops there are in the world and how small the NZ import market is. Pretty easy to have an exclusive without having them exclusively made.

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  Reply # 289619 13-Jan-2010 13:16
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stuzzo: We really have to write the book when this is all over!


Yeah, the book will be called "How to Annoy Your Customers".

We'll have to give HN a copy to add to their new staff induction materials and company policy documents.

But having said that, it looks like they already have a similar book in use already.

Man, I just can't believe they haven't provided the model info, especially given most people have paid for the netbook already!

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  Reply # 289627 13-Jan-2010 13:40

Psilan, I don't think you read my post properly. All I was asking was what the 1111 model was similar to,To get it's full specs, and I can't find that model anywhere on the Internet. Someone had actually already stated previously that it was a rebadged 1006 but that doesn't appear to be the case.

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  Reply # 289628 13-Jan-2010 13:46
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tons:
stuzzo: We really have to write the book when this is all over!


Yeah, the book will be called "How to Annoy Your Customers".

We'll have to give HN a copy to add to their new staff induction materials and company policy documents.

But having said that, it looks like they already have a similar book in use already.

Man, I just can't believe they haven't provided the model info, especially given most people have paid for the netbook already!


I agree, why is it taking HN so long to provide a model number. As its been mentioned before most of the people have already paid of the netbook, I certainly have.

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  Reply # 289702 13-Jan-2010 16:27

c71931f:
robbyp: Psilan, I don't think you read my post properly. All I was asking was what the 1111 model was similar to,To get it's full specs, and I can't find that model anywhere on the Internet. Someone had actually already stated previously that it was a rebadged 1006 but that doesn't appear to be the case.


Refer to the 1st post for a link..


Yes I had seen that but it doesn't appear to have the specs.  If this model number was created exclusively for HN, then HP would add it as a model in their support section. I just haven't seen that particular model 1111TU advertised or mentioned anywhere else anywhere on the internet, which is strange, thats why I think it may have been a model created for HN, just as these Asus netbooks which are being custom built, will also probably have their own unique model number.

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  Reply # 289704 13-Jan-2010 16:33
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robbyp:Yes I had seen that but it doesn't appear to have the specs.  If this model number was created exclusively for HN, then HP would add it as a model in their support section. I just haven't seen that particular model 1111TU advertised or mentioned anywhere else anywhere on the internet, which is strange, thats why I think it may have been a model created for HN, just as these Asus netbooks which are being custom built, will also probably have their own unique model number.


Not going to have a huge hunt since i'm supposed to be working....

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01868520&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&product=4033291&lang=en

But that matches the sticker.

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