We know the Mini 700 netbook exists, but for some reason its creators – HP and Compaq – haven’t said anything about it. We’ve gone for months with no word but now some reports are coming in that it is widely available overseas.According to NotebookItalia, the netbook’s specs are decent. It uses a 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270, GMA950 integrated graphics, and has 1 GB of DDR2 RAM. It also has a nice 1024×600 10.2 inch display, Altec Lansing speakers, two USB 2.0 ports, a webcam and a microphone. It will use Windows XP. Optionally, you can also pick up WiFi, Bluetooth, and HSDPA.News states that the unit comes in at about $594, but we don’t know whether that’s the basic package or a machine with all the specs.Via Engadget.