Pocket-lint has published their review of the 10.1-inchHP Mini 2140. The latest netbook in HP’s education/business/professional-oriented line (the HP Mini 1000 line is geared towards consumers) is powered by an Intel Atom CPU, and because of its 16:9 display, the resolution is 1024×576.
Besides the aluminum casing and solid keyboard, it has one feature that just about every other device in its class is lacking – an ExpressCard slot. Even more interesting, it’s an ExpressCard 54 slot. The 10-inch Lenovo IdeaPad S10 has an ExpressCard 34 slot, for comparison (the 54 handles both the smaller 34 as well as 54).
They mentioned that HP has the “HP Fast Charge” feature which will charge up your battery to 90% capacity in 90 minutes. They gave it a good score – 8 out of 10.