When the 1st Netbook arrived on the scene three years ago, the only factor that actually excited us about this was its size, and far more importantly, its cost. First-generation Netbooks in comparison to what we have got nowadays had been horrible when it comes to usability.
Nowadays, we've achieved new heights where Netbooks are not only used for the 3 retiring tasks they were initially designed for, like light internet surfing, basic multimedia and office productivity. They play 1080p HD videos nowadays, and can manage a bit gaming too.
But that isn't the situation with all. Still, most Netbooks these days focus on inexpensive pricing, but are unsuccessful in quality. HP Mini Netbooks have always been recognized for their discriminating level of usability; because of an excellent touch-pad and keyboard.
The HP Mini 210 for test right now is the newest variation of this series. It costs a bit more than distinctive Rs. 15,000 Netbooks, but intends to give you some things back for the additional money you spend.