hp 2133 Vs. Palm Foleo

Over at JK on the Run, speculation is raging about the new lust-a-licious hp 2133 subnotebook that’s going to jump into the market created by the Asus EeePC and the Everex CloudBook.

I’ve decided to do my bit by comparing top views of the Palm Foleo and the hp 2133.

Note that I had to do this just with Photo Toolkit and MS Paint, so the dimensions are not precise. PhotoShop wizards, feel free to grab that, line up the side edges of their screens, and give it back to me via email. I’ll give you a credit and, if needed, a link too. Update: No, don’t do that. The hp has a 8.9-inch screen versus the Foleo’s 10-inch screen, so lining them up would make matters worse. Just be content comparing the rows of keys.

foleoversushp2133topviews.jpg

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3 Comments on “hp 2133 Vs. Palm Foleo”

  1. ram Says:

    OMG THOSE LAPTOPS BOTH HAVE KEYBOARDS! AND THEY BOTH LOOK LIKE EVERY OTHER LAPTOP ON THE MARKET, JUST SMALLER! HOW DID BOTH COMPANIES THINK OF DOING THAT!? I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT THEIR LAPTOP DEPARTMENTS HAD THE SAME IDEAS OF WHAT A LAPTOP LOOKS LIKE AT THE SAME TIME! NO WONDER PALM CANCELLED THEIRS!

  2. mikecane Says:

    Nice bit of tongue in cheek.

    Now go look at how similar the hp Mini looks to the MSI Wind.

  3. Peter Says:

    This computer has both pros and cons. The design is attractive with a comfortable key board for typing and the design gives the computer an excellent slant for typing. It is much more comforable than computers that sit flat. The portabilty is excellent. The screen is clear, easy to read (after fonts are changed to a bigger size for people who need a litle help seeing up close)The hard drive is a good size. No complaints there.

    The mouse pad took some gettig use to. I found it hard to adjust it so it could be controlled without frustration. The right and left keys being split on both sides of the mouse is inconvient but liveable.

    I found it to be a bit slow, which supprised me with the memory it has, and desided to remove Windows Vista Business(which I don’t like anyway)I put XP Professional on the computer. It made all the difference in the world. It sped up the computer greatly. The processor may just not be equipped to run Windows Vista well. At any rate the trade off was alright as Vista in my opinion is nothing but problems anyway.

    Videos run fine on it. The sound is good. I did not have the issue with videos that another person has complained about in his or her review.

    The machine gets a bit warm so be aware that operating it in your lap means being mindful of not blocking the vents on the bottom. It also has a vent on the left side but I would not recommend ignoring those bottom vents with the way the computer becomes warm.

    It has Office 2007 on the computer but it is only a trial version which runs out. I simply put my 2003 version on the computer and uninstalled the 2007 version. I don’t find this to be a con as hardly any computers come with Office to begin with.

    For the manner in which I will be using it for my business travel I find it to be an overall nice computer. It is a travel computer only as I have a 17 inch HP for home use. I am happy with this computer after the change I made in operating systems and will look forward to using it on the road.

    I love HP 2133 .


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