Subject: Mobile | May 9, 2011 - 11:19 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: gma 3150, netbook, hp, atom, single core
The demise of netbooks has been greatly exaggerated, with a $400-ish price tag and at least as much power as a tablet but without the added costs or contracts, there is still a large market for these devices. The incredible sales figures we saw when this form factor originally came out will never be reached again but there still are a lot of people buying netbooks. Up for review by Matt is the HP Mini 210 with a Atom N455 and Intel's older GMA 3150 graphics inside. Is it worth saving $100 by choosing a single core netbook instead of a dual core? Read on to find out.
"This praise aside, the HP Mini 210, like most traditional single-core netbooks, sits in a market position that is increasingly awkward. The problem is the lower prices of dual-core netbooks and budget ultraportables. The HP dm1z has now been reduced to an MSRP of $449.99, and the Eee PC 1215B’s initial price of $450 has already been knocked down to about $435 on Amazon. These dual-core AMD Fusion powered netbooks are substantially quicker than the HP Mini 210, but only $100 more."
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