The evolution of the netbook

22 netbooks in 18 months

HP Mini 2140: At $1099, this is the most expensive netbook on the market, but it’s also one of the most powerful. It’s the upgrade to the business-oriented 2133 Mini-Note, and features an Intel Atom CPU instead of a VIA C7-M CPU. It includes 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, the option to use Windows Vista Business (it also comes with Windows XP) and it has an ExpressCard/54 slot and 802.11n networking. The worst part about it is the 1024x576 resolution for its 10.2in screen.

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