HP has quietly slipped in a processor update for the Mini 110 netbook, giving you a choice between the 1.5 GHz dual core Intel Atom N550 or 1.66 GHz dual core Intel Atom N570 processors. The netbook is equipped with 1 GB of DDR3 1333MHz RAM in its single RAM slot (which is overkill in speed, seeing Intel says the processor will only take advantage of DDR3 RAM up to 667 MHz), a 10.1 inch 1024 x 600 LED-backlit display, Windows 7 Starter, choice of 250 GB or 320 GB hard disk drive (both 7200 RPM), 3 USB ports and VGA port, 6 cell battery; all your standard netbook affair. The Mini 110 will be available in three colors: black, pink or white.
HP’s Malaysia website says the HP Mini 110 with Intel’s brand new dual core Atom N550/N570 processors has a starting price of RM 1099, which is around $360. It seems like the maxed-out configuration (though there’s not much to ‘max out’ really) of the HP Mini 110 will be available in the US soon, seeing this page is already online on HP’s USA website.