This sassy chic pink netbook will surely catch every kikay girl's eyes. perfect for university students and young professionals because its ultra-portable and lightweight. (about 2.57 lbs) It also has a built-in wifi that allows you to surf the net wherever you are. It has a 10.1" Diagonal SD Anti-glare widescreen display that reduces reflections that can distract from visual experience. However, because it has a lower resolution because of its screen size, a lot of scrolling when web browsing or reading will be done. The favorite feature of HP is its wide flat keyboard which makes typing easier. But the mouse buttons in the touch pad which are located at the opposite sides will take a while to get used to. It has Intel Atom N280 Processor (1.66 GHz) that is just enough and suited for the basic tasks of netbooks. What I also liked about this netbook is its 160GB hard drive, just right for my documents and file storage. However, if you want a bigger space, you could always buy an external hard drive. Other features are: 1024 DDR2 SDRAM, Windows XP Home Service Pack, VGA webcam, 802.11b/g WLAN, 5 in 1 digital media reader and 3 cell lithium ion battery which runs up to 2-3 hours. Included programs are: Symantec Norton Internet Security 2009 with 60 days complimentary live update, Syncables Mobile Desktop 5, Microsoft Works, Adobe Acrobat Reader and HP Games. The windows XP operating system is best suited for this netbook. It loads faster than any other OS, and very user-friendly. The HP mini 110 has 3 USB ports, a memory card reader and an Ethernet port. I'm quite dissapointed with the webcam, though. It's only VGA. but despite that, my overall rating for this chic netbook is two thumbs up.