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HP Mini 110 by Studio Tord Boontje Inhabitat Giveaway, HP Mini Limited Edition by Studio Tord Boontje, green laptop, eco laptop, green notebook, netbook, hp, hewlitt packard, eco conscious computer


Want to win a tricked out, supercompact, limited edition HP Mini 110 laptop by renowned designer Tord Boontje worth $399?!! In the spirit of the holidays, and to raise awareness for the Summit on the Summit expedition to climb Mt Kilimanjaro to fight the global clean water crisis, we’re giving away one of these gorgeous, eco-conscious HP notebooks to one insanely lucky reader – and it could be you!


(We’ll be announcing the winner in our newsletter, so if you want to find out who the winner is, you need to receive and read our newsletter)

2. Visit and tweet a message in support of the climbers right from the Twitter module on the site with an @inhabitat and the hashtag #hpinhabitat by Sunday, December 27th.

3. Get all your friends to retweet your original tweet. The tweet with the most retweets by Sunday, December 27th wins! Make sure your friends include “@yourtwittername” and “#hpinhabitat” in their retweets.

*NOTE: We will not be counting retweets that do not include an @ with the twitter name of the original tweeter and the #hpinhabitat hashtag.

This breathtaking limited edition HP Mini was designed by Tord Boontje, an award-winning designer and professor at College of Art in London, as well as a leader in social and environmental responsibility. The exclusive design features a wintry white background of flora delicately weaving around animals for a complex, layered look. This special Mini isn’t just a thrill to behold on the outside – it’s also got a ton of eco-features like a 10.1″ diagonal mercury-free LED display, a reusable microfiber protective sleeve, an outer box, cushions, and user guide pages made from 100% recycled material and printed with soy/water-based ink, and ENERGY STAR qualification that make it one of the greenest laptops around. Wouldn’t it look just smashing on your lap?

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Summit on the Summit is an amazing 50-mile, 19,340 foot expedition to fight the global water crisis led by Grammy-nominated musician, philanthropist and “actionist” Kenna and his supporters Jessica Biel, Isabel Lucas, Lupe Fiasco,Alexandra Cousteau and other global influencers.

YOU can get involved by visiting and sponsoring a foot of the 50-mile journey (it’s just $2). Your $2 foot sponsorship brings us steps closer (200 liters to be exact) to providing clean drinking water to those in need.

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Once the climb begins, the team will use the HP Pavilion dm3t and HP Mini 110 by Studio Tord Boontje with Intel processors to capture, blog and share photos and videos from Mt. Kilimanjaro with supporters on the official Summit on the Summit website The base camp will be outfitted with the high-powered HP TouchSmart PC to help track each climber’s progress, monitor weather conditions and capture every aspect of the climb. The HP MediaSmart Server will serve as backup storage for all the climb team’s media content.

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  1. Jillyrh December 27, 2009 at 4:56 pm

    Thank you for the chance to win this green laptop and good luck on your journey to the top! @jillyrh

  2. bikerblue72 December 23, 2009 at 5:08 pm

    Love HP and this is a wonderful gift!!! Thank you to inhabitat for all the wonderful ways you are making this a better place to live!!!

  3. auntiethesis December 19, 2009 at 8:32 pm

    I’m wondering if you’d consider revising your rules for the giveaway? I started tweeting the giveaway when I learned about it yesterday and now I see my exact tweets retweeted by my followers without my twitter username on it. The tweets are copied and pasted exactly, even down to my spaceless hypen, without the required RT @username. Why? Because, I’m sure that in this case, it’s every tweeter for himself and everyone retweeting wants the laptop, too. While I appreciate the sentiment in getting the word out to everyone about such an important and altruistic cause, I don’t think the motives of some retweeters are as giving.

    In addition, a giveaway such as this turns into a popularity contest and makes the odds grossly unfair to new Twitter users who may not have had a chance to cultivate a large Twitter following.

    Would you consider making it a random drawing with retweets being allowed every two hours for extra entries into the giveaway? Every 2 hour tweets would make sure the stink-eye of the Twitter spam gods aren’t drawn down upon anyone unfairly and gives everyone, even new Twitter users, fair odds.

  4. JzL December 18, 2009 at 7:22 pm

    wow is this gift lmited to any city? or country or will you deliver my HP anywhere XD?

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