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HP Mini 110 laptop battery|HSTNN-LB0C 6 cells Li-ion Batteries

HP Mini 110 laptop battery|HSTNN-LB0C 6 cells Li-ion Batteries

  • Product ID:1001954
  • Battery Type:Li-ion
  • Battery Voltage:11.1 V
  • Battery Capacity:5000 mAh (6 cell)
  • Battery Color:Black
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Battery Life and Wireless: Netbook buyers must usually choose between 3 cell HSTNN-LB0C battery and 6 cell HSTNN-CB0D battery options. The smaller batteries commonly run from 2 to 3 hours, while a six-cell battery can be good for 5 hours or longer--but at the cost of added size and weight. In our video playback battery drain test, the Mini 110 ran for 2 hours and 22 minutes using the included three-cell battery. That's somewhat less than we'd expect, as the original Mini 1000 ran 20 minutes longer on the same test. In casual use, for Web surfing and office work, you should get closer to 3 hours (or longer) of battery life.

Product Description
TRAVEL LIGHT, STAY CONNECTED: Whether computing within your home, around town and campus, or across the country, the ultra-portable HP Mini 110 can keep you connected with built-in Wi-Fi. It has the performance you need to surf the web and use your standard productivity software apps -- but is light enough to carry everywhere at just 2.57 lbs. It syncs files, photos and videos easily with your primary notebook or desktop PC whenever connected to the same network with the integrated SyncablesTM app. After initial SyncablesTM setup, the file updates will occur in the background for a truly seamless experience. The HP Mini 110: The perfect mobile companion. ULTRA MOBILE PERFORMANCE: Based on an architecture that optimizes internet access and basic communication, Intel Atom processors power the HP Mini's reliable, energy-efficient performance. The LED anti-glare widescreen display reduces both system weight and reflections that can distract from the visual experience. The 92% of full-size keyboard also improves weight without sacrificing comfort. Integrated 802.11b/g wireless LAN enables wireless access within range of a hotspot. The HP Mini 110 series: Designed to optimize ultra mobile performance. What's in the box: Mini 110-1020nr, 30W AC Adapter, 3-Cell Lithium-Ion battery, Symantec Norton Internet Security 2009 with 60 days complimentary live update, Syncables Mobile Desktop 5, Microsoft Works, Adobe Acrobat Reader and HP Games Powered by Wild Tangent. while adding even more style to the mix with new color options. We still need to run our battery test, but based on our other test results and brief hands on time with this machine, it�¢ï¿½ï¿½s a serious contender. On the outside, the HP Mini 110 looks very similar to the Mini 1000. It�¢ï¿½ï¿½s still fairly compact, but this netbook is slightly heavier (2.6 pounds) and thicker (1.3 inches) than its predecessor. In addition to the Black Swirl lid design, HP will make White Swirl and Pink Chic finishes available at a later date.

We quickly noticed that the latest version sits a little higher in the back when placed on a desk, thanks to slightly taller rubber feet. We�¢ï¿½ï¿½re assuming this was done to dissipate heat, as the Mini 1000 ran warm.

When we opened the lid we also noticed that the finish didn�¢ï¿½ï¿½t have the same look and feel as the Mini 1000. HP opted for a different resin for the plastic deck surrounding the excellent 92 percent keyboard, which results in a slightly grittier feel but a somewhat cheaper look. The vertical touchpad buttons are still awkward, but they work fine.

The HP Mini Series eschews the annoying VGA adapter port in favor of a full-size VGA port on the right, bringing this machine in line with most other netbooks. We also appreciate the new third USB port (there�¢ï¿½ï¿½s two on the right and one on the left). The memory card reader and Ethernet port are also on the right side.

HP has nixed the edge-to-edge glass display in favor of a traditional bezel (we�¢ï¿½ï¿½re assuming to save on cost). On the plus side, many will appreciate that this 10-inch (1024 x 576) LCD is an anti-glare widescreen. Plus, HP will offer a high-def display option come July

The silver speaker bar on the original Mini 1000 has been replaced with a speaker panel that�¢ï¿½ï¿½s integrated into an area beneath the screen. When we streamed Slacker, we were impressed with the volume this tiny netbook pumped out.

Although our configuration of the Mini 110 has the same 1.6-GHz Intel Atom N270 processor and 1GB of RAM as the Mini 1000, the 160GB hard drive is a vast improvement.

Broadcom is mostly known for its wireless cards, but the company will be providing a jolt to the Mini 110�¢ï¿½ï¿½s video playback capabilities come July. That�¢ï¿½ï¿½s when HP will offer a $30 optional Crystal HD Enhanced Video Accelerator, which will enable users to enjoy 1080p content when the netbook is connected to an external display.

That sounds interesting, but we think this feature would be more compelling if the Mini 100 had an HDMI port. And, unlike Nvidia�¢ï¿½ï¿½s ION graphics that will find a home inside the Lenovo S12 in August, this video accelerator won�¢ï¿½ï¿½t help you transcode video faster or play mainstream 3D games.

Assuming the 6-cell asus battery on the Mini 110 lives up to the 6-hour runtime claim, the Mini 110 will be one of the hottest netbooks of the summer. We�¢ï¿½ï¿½re still not fans of the vertical touchpad buttons, but HP has made several welcome improvements without sacrificing portability. And the Mini 110 still has one of the best netbook keyboards around.

Whether computing within your home, around town and campus, or across the country, the ultra-portable HP Mini 110 can keep you connected with built-in Wi-Fi.(2) It has the performance you need to surf the web and use your standard productivity software apps -- but is light enough to carry everywhere at just 2.57 lbs. It syncs files, photos and videos easily with your primary notebook or desktop PC whenever connected to the same network with the integrated Syncables�¢ï¿½�¢ app. After initial Syncables�¢ï¿½�¢ setup, the file updates will occur in the background for a truly seamless experience. The HP Mini 110: The perfect mobile companion.

Based on an architecture that optimizes internet access and basic communication, Intel���® Atom processors power the HP Mini's reliable, energy-efficient performance. The LED anti-glare widescreen display reduces both system weight and reflections that can distract from the visual experience. The 92% of full-size keyboard also improves weight without sacrificing comfort. Integrated 802.11b/g wireless LAN enables wireless access within range of a hotspot.(2) The HP Mini 110 series: Designed to optimize ultra mobile performance.

You depend on internet access more than ever for e-mail, instant messaging, video chats, social networking, shopping, banking, research and so much more. The HP Mini 110 makes it easy to stay connected everywhere you go. The built-in HP Webcam and Skype keep you close to friends and relatives.(3) Its near-full-size (92%) keyboard is more comfortable for most than the thumb keys on smartphones and PDAs. The 10.1" diagonal LED widescreen display provides an expansive viewing area compared to other mobile devices.(4) The HP Mini helps keep you connected and productive at your convenience.

Stream video or playback files loaded from your primary PC via Syncables�¢ï¿½�¢ software, a USB drive or the internet. Connect to a larger display via the VGA port to share with others. Let Pandora Internet Radio lead you to artists likely to become new favorites on your playlists. Use Snapfish to share photo albums online with family and friends and to create personalized cards, memory books, posters and more in a few simple steps. Enjoy casual gaming by Wild Tangent online or off. The HP Mini 110 keeps you entertained everywhere you go.

What do you do when you already have a couple of well-received netbooks? You make another one, of course. And sure as Shadrach, HP is following up on the success of its consumer-friendly Mini 1000 and business-centric Mini 2140 netbooks (not to mention its designer-minded Mini 1000 Vivienne Tam) with the HP Mini 110. We received a unit shortly before the news broke, so we can't offer you a full review yet, but here's a quick take following an afternoon of playing around with HP's newest netbook.

The hardware hasn't changed much: The Mini 110 carries the same CPU, the same RAM config, the same hard drive, the same awesomely large 92-percent keyboard--even the same crummy mouse button layout that's been driving me bonkers since HP introduced it on the HP Mini 2133. The new model also comes loaded with a three-cell battery--as did the Mini 1000, which lasted only 2 hours, 47 minutes on a charge.

What do you gain and what do you lose with this more affordable model? Well, HP swaps out the multimedia dongle port in favor of a built-in VGA port (plus a built-in RJ-45 ethernet jack for good measure). The sweet-looking speaker grille planted inside the 1000's hinge is absent from the 110, replaced by a horrid-sounding speaker mounted beneath the display. That display offers a 10.1-inch-diagonal image with a native resolution of 1024 by 576, and the slick edge-to-edge plastic cover has has vanished in favor of a big plastic bezel that makes the Mini 110 look like the love child of the Mini 1000 and the Acer Aspire One.

I also appreciate the Mini 110's software selection, which is slightly more robust than the usual feeble bloatware. For instance, Syncables allows you to sync five PCs on a network. We'll have more to report on the software bundle when our full review of the Mini 110 goes live.

Otherwise, this looks like a slightly thicker, economy-class version of last year's model. The 110 measures 10.3 by 6.6 by 1.2 inches and weighs 2.33 pounds, compared to the Mini 1000's 10.3 by 6.6 by 0.99 inches and 2.25 pounds. And that isn't a bad trade-off for the extras inside the machine--and the lower price.

We have to wait and see how it does on our WorldBench 6 test suite, but it's almost certain to perform on a par with the Mini 1000, which earned a 30 (slightly below the current netbook average of 36). Check back later for a complete review.

HP's got more additions to its Mini netbook lineup coming your way with the 1101 and 110 XP / Mi. All three models sport a 10.1-inch widescreen LED, autosync software for easier connectivity to your primary PC, and the standard 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 / 1.66GHz N280 processor options with GMA 950 graphics, VGA output, 3 or 6 cell batteries, and 802.11b/g. The Mini 110 XP edition takes the trend even further with -- and we're sure you're surprised here -- 1GB RAM and 160GB HDD or 32GB SSD, as well as optional WWAN and a Broadcom Crystal HD Enhanced Video Accelerator, which HP claims will let you watch 1080p video smoothly -- yeah, we'll believe it when we see it. Those who go with the company's Linux-based pet Mi can bump up to 250GB HDD and 2GB memory. As for the Mini 1101, it looks like it's basically the business-centric 110 with XP and Vista as your OS choices and no apparent video enhancer. As for pricing and availability, the Mini 1101 is coming at ya on June 1st with a base price of $329, while Mini 110 will follow shortly after in black swirl on June 10th, and white swirl / pink chic on July 8th. Those will start at $279 with Mi and $329 if you want Windows XP instead.

As the slim, snazzy HP Mini 1000 is one of our favorite Netbooks, and we were excited to hear of a less expensive sequel. While the new $329 Mini 110 doesn't stray far from the Mini 1000 mold, there are some subtle changes that are not always for the best.

At first glance, the two systems seem identical, but when we pulled out a Mini 1000 for a comparison, we saw the Mini 110 was slightly thicker and heavier. Not by much--but in a tiny Netbook form factor, a tiny change can make a big difference, especially when compared with something like the new Asus Eee PC 1008HA, which is slimmer than its predecessor is, not the other way around.

Other than that, we found a standard set of Netbook components, including an Intel Atom N270 CPU, 1GB of RAM, Windows XP, and a 160GB 5,400rpm hard drive. The biggest advantage is that at $329, this new model is very competitively priced, especially when only a few months ago, the $350 Acer Aspire One seemed like the drop-dead entry point for XP Netbooks. You're essentially trading size and weight for price, as a comparably equipped Mini 1000 would cost about $110 more.

While the general look and feel are very similar to the Mini 1000, when compared side by side, the Mini 110 looks a little bloated. Still, the Mini 1000 has always occupied the higher end of the Netbook price spectrum, and the Mini 110's thicker look is more in line for what you'd find in the sub-$399 category.

The same excellent keyboard, with wide, flat keys, is still one of our minilaptop favorites, but the touch pad remains a weakness in the Mini's design. The wide-but-short surface makes scrolling a pain, and the mouse buttons are pushed to the far left and right sides, rather than sitting below the touch pad. We're also not fans of the Mini's power switch, which is a small slider on the front edge that's hard to hit (although it does make it unlikely that you'll accidentally turn the system off or on when you don't mean to).

One new feature that did catch our eye was the inclusion of a third-party software app called Syncables, which promises to connect different machines on your local network, allowing you to easily share documents, photos, video, and music, and sync e-mail accounts, even across Windows, Mac, and Linux systems.

In theory, it seems like a good idea (we often use Gmail and Google docs for this kind of thing). In practice, we found the Syncables software difficult to use. The screens are clearly not designed with the Mini's 1,024x576-pixel resolution in mind, the layout and navigation were confusing, even when installed on our desktop computer, and the entire process seemed fairly unintuitive.

The 10.1-inch wide-screen display has a 1,024x576-pixel native resolution, which is slightly lower than the 1,024x600-pixel resolution standard for a screen this size. That's generally fine for most Web surfing, but long, vertical pages and Word documents can require a lot of scrolling to read. The edge-to-edge glass of previous models has been replaced by a standard inset panel. It's not as slick a look, but the display itself was matte, instead of glossy, which is a very hard-to-find feature in a Netbook, and especially good if you're bothered by screen glare.

The Mini 110 has more ports and connections than the Mini 1000 line, with a third USB port and a standard VGA output for video. Watch out for the split single headphone/mic jack, which can cause problems if you need to record and monitor audio at the same time.

Intel's single-core 1.6GHz Atom N270 CPU offers enough computing power for the basic tasks that Netbooks are designed--namely Web surfing, working on documents, and some basic multimedia playback. While the Asus Eee PC 1008HA offers a slightly faster N280 version of the Atom, this system performed on par with previous HP Mini Netbooks.

Netbook buyers must usually choose between three-cell and six-cell lenovo battery options. The smaller batteries commonly run from 2 to 3 hours, while a six-cell battery can be good for 5 hours or longer--but at the cost of added size and weight. In our video playback battery drain test, the Mini 110 ran for 2 hours and 22 minutes using the included three-cell battery. That's somewhat less than we'd expect, as the original Mini 1000 ran 20 minutes longer on the same test. In casual use, for Web surfing and office work, you should get closer to 3 hours (or longer) of battery life.
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