Cable Technology Feature Article
October 23, 2009
Verizon Wireless Makes Two HP Netbooks Available on 3G Network
By Anshu Shrivastava, TMCnet Contributor
Verizon Wireless has reportedly announced the availability of two new HP netbooks - the HP Mini 311-1037NR and the HP Mini 110-1046NR - on its 3G network.
The netbooks come with a built-in Verizon (News - Alert) Wireless’ Mobile Broadband network. Additionally, with these HP Mini netbooks, customers can browse the Web or access e-mail in more than 185 destinations worldwide when coupled with a Verizon Wireless GlobalAccess service plan, according to Verizon Wireless.
The HP Mini 311-1037NR features Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium operating system, while HP Mini 110-1046NR is equipped with Genuine Windows XP Home Edition operating system.
HP officials said that the HP Mini 311-1037NR offers a rich entertainment experience with 11.6-inch-diagonal HD LED BrightView widescreen display --1366 x 768; and 16:9 aspect ratio for full-screen HD content playback.
Additionally, the HP Mini 311-1037NR features Altec Lansing speakers; NVIDIA ION for Windows 7; Intel (News - Alert) Atom Processor N270. The processor speed of this netbook is 1.60 GHz; system memory 2 GB RAM; and comes with 160 GB storage hard drive.
Company officials said that HP Mini 110-1046NR provides customers the perfect mobile companion with 10.1"-diagonal SD LED anti-glare widescreen display --1024 x 576; Windows Media Player 11.
Moreover, it features HD audio, stereo speakers and integrated microphone; and Intel Atom Processor (News - Alert) N270. The processor speed of HP Mini 110-1046NR is 1.60 GHz; system memory is 1 GB RAM; and 160 GB of storage hard drive.
Storage hard drive: 160 GB
The HP Mini 311-1037NR is now available, while the HP Mini 110-1046NR is expected to roll out in mid-November.
Basking Ridge, N.J.-based Verizon Wireless operates wireless voice and data network, serving 87.7 million customers. The company is a joint venture of Verizon Communications and Vodafone (News - Alert).
Last month, Verizon Wireless introduced its plan for establishing the first 4G Long Term Evolution wireless network in the nation.
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Amy Tierney