HP Compaq Mini 100c netbook HP has expanded its range of netbooks with the Compaq Mini 110c, a 10in netbook priced at £279.

The successor to HP's successful Mini 1000 has a 10.1in display and is powered by Intel's Atom processor.

The Compaq Mini 110c runs Windows XP and also offers a 160GB hard drive alongside Intel's GMA 950 (UMA) graphics and optional HD Video Accelerator, a keyboard that's 92 percent of a standard size, three USB ports and a five-in-one card reader

"Our Compaq Mini 110c packs an awesome array of features into a cool-looking and ultra-mobile design that goes easy on the wallet", said Ben Perrins, HP's consumer business development manager.

Available in black, with a pink version expected to be released later in the year, the HP Compaq Mini 110c will hit the UK in August and will be priced from £279.