HP offered a sneak peek into its upcoming netbook earlier this week, accidentally posting an image of the computer on its online store. The entry was quickly removed, but now, the company has officially announced The MIE model, starting at $379, is essentially the HP Mini 1000 with a uniquely simple and rather attractive Linux interface that streamlines the netbook experience by placing your most used apps into the home screen. And for the fashion conscious, the 10.2-inch Vivienne Tam Edition will sell for about $699, featuring a gleaming red finish and flower patterns. Last but not least there’s the Compaq Mini 700, which supposedly offers more limited functionality but at a cheaper price – specs are a bit sketchy on this one, though.