Customers can choose either a four-cell battery for lighter weight or optional six-cell battery for longer battery life.(2) When configured with the optional six-cell battery, the HP Mini 5103 delivers up to 10 hours and 15 minutes of battery runtime.(4)
The HP Mini 5103 also includes HP DayStarter,(13) a software program that allows users to get a head start on the day’s activities through a customized 12-hour calendar display that offers quick access to appointments and battery status, all while Windows® boots.
Accessories, pricing and availability(14)
Matching accessories are available for HP Minis such as durable, neoprene mini sleeves, which include a plush interior lining and help safeguard against everyday use. Matching mice include advanced 2.4 GHz wireless technology(5) for less interference and a longer range of operation. Prices for the accessories start at $19.99.
For the HP Mini 5103, the HP USB 2.0 Docking Station uses universal USB technology to pass through critical signals such as video and LAN and connect with peripherals such as a keyboard, mouse or printer. Since USB is a widely adopted industry standard, the HP USB Docking Station 2.0 is ideal for mini or notebook computers that don’t have an integrated docking connector. Users can simply plug the dock into the USB port and extend their mini or notebook capabilities for a true desktop experience.
The HP LAN and USB Travel Hub is an affordable, compact hub designed to go anywhere. Measuring only 2.36 inches x 2.36 inches, it fits easily into a carrying case, backpack or even a pocket. It also can be plugged directly into a notebook with the built-in USB 2.0 cable, enabling users to access up to four USB 2.0 ports and a RJ-45 LAN port.
The HP Mini 210 is currently available in the United States with a starting price of $329.
The HP Mini 5103 is currently available in the United States with a starting price of $399.
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(1) HD content required to view HD images.
(2) Sold separately or purchased as an optional feature.
(3) Level of touch support varies by operating system.
(4) Battery life will vary depending on the product model, configuration, loaded applications, features, use, wireless functionality (including the wireless functionality) and power management settings. The maximum capacity of the battery will decrease with time and usage. See MobileMark07 battery benchmark www.bapco.com/products/mobilemark2007 for additional details.
(5) Wireless access point and internet service required. Availability of public wireless access points limited.
(6) Intel’s numbering is not a measurement of higher performance.
(7) Weight will vary by configuration.
(8) Requires Microsoft Windows.
(9) HP QuickWeb is accessible when the notebook is off in Windows XP, Windows Vista® or Windows 7-based systems; not supported from hibernation. Internet access required. Timing may vary depending on the system configuration. To enable the feature following the removal of the battery, reboot the notebook prior to subsequent use.
(10) GPS access requires an unobstructed path to multiple satellites. Performance may be affected if/when used inside of buildings, bridges or heavily congested metropolitan areas.
(11) Voice-guided route navigation is available for a 30-day trial at no additional cost and must be purchased at the conclusion of the trial to continue use of the feature.
(12) Mobile Broadband requires separately purchased wireless service contract. Check with provider for local availability and coverage.
(13) Requires Microsoft Outlook; HP QuickLook must be installed. User must opt in to activate feature.
(14) Estimated U.S. street prices. Actual prices may vary.
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