Hewlett-Packard has tried different designs with their netbooks before, and wanting to spice up the color palette even more for their netbooks, the company has recently come out with two new color schemes for the HP Mini 210 netbook in particular, White Crystal and Preppy Pink. The Preppy Pink design pictured below is created using HP Imprint 3D, which produces a layered three-dimensional visual effect of the plaid on the exterior of the netbook. Both the White and Pink netbooks will be available starting on June 15th for $349 each.
Besides the new colors, the netbooks themselves have not observed any changes in the equipment or otherwise. To learn more about the HP Mini 210 netbook, check out one of our previous articles.
The design has an ink layer worked into the polycarbonate shell, designed to provide onlookers a ‘three dimensional effect’, with hidden patterns revealed when you look at the netbook from different angles.
It will also come with 15 customized netbook wallpapers designed by Boonjte himself. Furthermore, the netbook will ship with Windows 7 Starter Edition, which appears to reveal an idiosyncrasy; after all, Microsoft doesn’t allow you to change the background in the low-cost editions of its OS. However, HP is partnering with StarDock to load MyColors software onto this netbook, allowing users to use the backgrounds.
The netbook will go on sale for only $399, loads cheaper than the Vivienne Tam Edition’s starting price of $700.
Images via Engadget.