On Sunday, Brad at liliputing published his review of the professional/business-oriented 10.1-inch HP Mini 2140 netbook.
HP has included better webcam software than most manufacturers, including the ability to record audio-only, as well as controlling the webcam itself (resolution, zoom, backlight levels, output format).
With the default 3-cell 28WHr battery, he was able to get longer battery performance than the HP Mini 1000, although he noted that there is a 6-cell 55WHr battery available.
He points out the appeal of the 2140:
– Sturdier magnesium alloy case/chassis
– spill-resistant keyboard
– Accelerometer to protect the HDD in case of a drop/bump
– ExpressCard slot (something that few netbooks have outside of Lenovo’s S10)
– The upcoming 1366×768 HD-capable display (available in April)