Today HP has finally announced a netbook aimed at improving computing skills and knowledge among young school kids. It is HP Mini 100e netbook being called the Education Edition by HP. This HP mini 100e netbook will be made available worldwide in July this year.
Since the kids will be handling it, HP has made their best efforts to make it a bit rugged to receive all sorts of rough handling from kids. The HP Mini 100e Education Edition netbook has been made extra durable along with a spill-resistant keyboard. This Educational netbook from HP will be powered by a low power Intel Atom N455 processor, 1GB DDR3 and Intel NM10 Express chipset.
The HP Mini 100e netbook for classroom also has a VGA webcam, 10.1 inch LED backlit XSVGA display plus a 92% QWERTY keyboard. The HP Mini 100e has Wi-Fi support as well as integrated worldwide modem. This HP Classroom netbook also has a MIC port as well as integrated speakers. According to HP, the Mini 100e netbook will have Windows XP Home, Windows 7 Starter Edition or SuSE Linux (SLED11) operating system. This HP Mini 100e Education Edition netbook will be available for not more than $300 as promised by HP its recent press release.
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