HP Mini 210 (NB-210-1017TU_01) netbook

A 10in HP netbook with plenty of style

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    3.75 / 5
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    1.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
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    $ 599.00 (AUD)

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Davey

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Pros
cheap second-hand
Cons
Dummy SIM slot
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This "Netbook" is IMHO a failure and a bad buy. The entire object of having a Netbook is to have something fairly small that can go online wherever there is a 3G signal. Mine was bought second hand without any instructions. I plugged in a SIM and was amazed to see it vanish inside the bowels of the machine. After much shaking I managed to get the thing out but what a fiasco. As my land-line was out of action and not even any ADSL on it (works on one wire!) I had to go back into town and buy a Broadband dongle which cost me £29.99. Having dongles sticking out is a PITA and spoils the whole idea of having a Netbook. Are they trying to force us into buying Ultrabooks.

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