Hewlett-Packard is considering a range of new technologies for the next version of its popular 2133 Mini-Note netbook, including touch screens, reports PC World. "When we send out the Mini-Note to education, it always comes back with a lot of finger prints on the screen," said Phil Devlin, manager of product marketing at HP’s mobile business unit in the Asia Pacific, during a recent interview. That tells him people are looking for touch-screen technology. He was quick to point out that HP hasn’t announced any new version of the Mini-Note or a plans for an update. Nothing has been decided for such a device. But PC vendors always keep their eye on new technologies with an eye to what people want. The Mini-Note was designed in part for education, so finger prints on a screen is an important signal to HP in terms of possible future development…

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