HP (Hewlett-Packard) Mini 1000 Mi Netbook

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Want a cool HP netbook tailored for the Web and entertainment? Consider HP's Mini 1000 Mi Edition. It uses the same sleek, lightweight industrial design as the Mini 1000 XP, but runs on new Mobile internet(Mi) software.


Product Title: HP (Hewlett-Packard) Mini 1000 Mi Netbook

Manufacturer: HP (Hewlett-Packard)

Power Score: 3.7 | 15 Reviews

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I love it. It's great for school. I attend phoenix online university and it comes in handy when i'm on the go or sitting somwhere waiting. I can just pull out my mini and finish homework assignments. I have the sleeve that works perfect when I put it in messenger bag.

By lilmomma on HP - Jun 5, 2009


I have to say that I got the lenux based system not knowing how well HP had done, and for someone who just plays on the internet with no real direction or time problems this is fine. But I got this so I could work on the go because most of my work is web based. Almost none of the programs I need for work will run on this system, and while the layout is great it does take a lot of time to load...
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By working on HP - May 28, 2009

Great hardware, lousy Linux implementation

I want to support OEMs supporting Linux, which is why I opted to buy this model. I knew the MIE was based on Ubuntu, and I was excited, because I am a Ubuntu user and have been for years. I also love the relatively large keyboard and screen on this netbook. The netbook's physicality is beautiful. Can't say I'm a fan of the touchpad buttons being on the side, especially when the touchpad is so...
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By SusanBrownmillerFan on HP - May 20, 2009

Crippled OS

Good price, good specs, however, the OS is effectively disabled. Having Linux w/o a shell is like having Windows w/o a desktop. This is similar to having a Blackberry cellphone w/o email.

By canuck on HP - Apr 14, 2009

O.K. Product

I like this laptop with the 16 gigabyte SDD. The only problem is that there is not enough space to install XP Professional. Get a 60 gigabyte HDD. Also, you can not install anything but the apps that came available on linux. They are keeping the computer from crashing. I think this dumb.

By Mike6118 on HP - Mar 29, 2009

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