Verizon’s HP Mini Netbook Hits The Market

Verizon has jt released its subsidized H Mini neok, featuring international data access.

It has all sorts of new connectivity tris in store, including “Qualcomm’s GOBI tri-mode EVDO/UMTS/GSM/EDGE 3G modem with dual-band EVDO Rev. A, quadband GSM/EDGE and triband HSA access with 3G suort.”

Furthermore, the new Verizon H Mini has a generally stand u – the 1.6 GHz Atom N270, 1 GB RAM with a 2 GB otion, and a 10.1-inch dislay. The 80 GB h drive is a ain, but with Windows X, a 1.3 megaixel webcam, and excetionally low rices it’s h to comlain.

What exactly are those rices? Take a look:

“The H Mini 1151NR is $519.99 Month-to Month, $349.99 on a 1 year agreement and $249.99 on a 2 year agreement before a $50 instant rebate bringing the totals to $299.99 and $199.99 after selecting either the $40/month or the $60/month data lans which are at 250 MB and 5 GB monthly access resectively.”

Sounds good so far. Che ba soon more on the Verizon notebook, or che out some of our archives on other neok mobile broadband lans.

Via honeNews.

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