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It is the Wall Street Journal reporting this. HP will release a netbook this year that will feature a 10 inch screen. The last netbook I heard on HP was the HP 2133 Mini-Note, which has an 8.9" screen.

This is the best time for HP to release another netbook in the market as others have been parading theirs lately. There are the 10" Samsung NC10 and the 10" Asus Eee PC 1000HA released the past days. If HP will continue to have 1280 x 768 pixel display and an excellent keyboard for their netbooks, it could easily dominate the market. But it also has to compete with the lower price of ASUS.
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You might want to read this: HP 2133 Mini-Note is getting cheaper.

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