HP Mini 311

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HP Mini 311
Developer Hewlett-Packard Company
Type Subnotebook/Netbook
Release date September 24, 2009 (2009-09-24)
Introductory price $399.99 US, £335 UK
Media 160, 250 or 320 GB 2.5" HDD or 80GB SSD
Operating system MS Windows XP, MS Windows 7
Power 6-cell lithium ion battery (6.25 hours)
CPU Intel Atom N270 (single core 1.6 GHz), or N280 (1.66 GHz)
Memory 1, 2 or 3GB DDR3
Display 11.6" (29.5 cm) 1366 x 768 LED-backlit TFT LCD
Input Keyboard
Touchpad
Microphone
1.3 Megapixel Webcam
Connectivity 10/100 Mbit Ethernet
802.11b/g wireless LAN
USB 2.0 ports
5-in-1 Flash Memory card reader
Bluetooth (optional)
3 USB, 8P8C Ethernet, 9-pin D-sub, HDMI
Dimensions 11.4" (29 cm) (L) x 8.03" (20.4 cm) (W) x 0.78-1.20" (2-3 cm) (H)
Weight 1.5 kg

The HP Mini 311 was a netbook computer manufactured and sold by HP. This netbook was the first to use the Nvidia Ion platform, which allows hardware acceleration of high-definition video and increased gaming performance. It went on sale on HP's online store on September 24, 2009 for $399.99.[1]

The laptop can be customized with either the Intel Atom N270 or N280 and uses the nVidia GeForce 9400M G graphics used in the ION platform. The unit is equipped with 1 GB of 1066 MHz DDR3 SDRAM soldered to the motherboard and a SO-DIMM slot which allows an upgrade to 2 GB or 3 GB. The netbook has a 160 GB, 250 GB, or 320 GB SATA hard drive @ 5,400 RPM. There are options for an external DVD burner or DVD burner/Blu-ray reader combo drive, as netbooks do not have integrated optical drives due to their small size. The Mini 311 has an 11.6" Led-backlit BrightView widescreen with a 1366 x 768 resolution and has an integrated webcam standard. Wi-Fi card options include Wireless G or Wireless N cards with optional Bluetooth and as well as optional Mobile Broadband from Verizon Wireless, AT&T or Sprint. I/O connectors include a 5-in-1 removable card reader, 3 USB 2.0 ports, a Fast Ethernet port, a VGA output, an HDMI output. The netbook uses Altec Lansing stereo speakers. There are 2 models in some areas. One has 1GB RAM and Windows XP with ION LE and the other has 2GB RAM and Windows 7 with ION.

In some regions, including Europe, the device is sold under the Compaq brand.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.engadget.com/2009/09/24/hps-ion-infused-mini-311-netbook-now-on-sale-starts-at-400/

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