Same 11.6" screen dimension.
Same 1366 x 768 pixel density.
Same WiFi 802.11n - ok, I did get a better mini PCI wireless card than the stock one of the Mini 311 :-p
Same Bluetooth 2.1+EDR - comes with the stock combo BT/WiFI card.
And when I say "same" I do not mean "exactly the same" hardware so before any rabid Apple apple fanboy or fangirl (I'm admittedly included in that demographic) flame me, I'm only saying the experience is similar with the word "same" and not that it's exactly it, 100% photocopy of the MacBook Air. Prototype hello??
And now looks like there's also one more thing and this one, I'd say could've been directly imbued from the HP Mini 311 hackintosh:
Kernel Panic on wake from sleep.
Yep, the image above is reportedly the picture of CultOfMac's Leander Kahney's 11.6" MacBook Air and according to the post on that site
"he's seen three of these (kernel panics) within four days. All occurred during wake-from-sleep"Same kernel panics. I'm referring to the same hassle of having whatever you're doing interrupted and having to turn off the machine to get back to normal (hopefully) rather than the same Kernel Panic cause of course.
Plus we have the kernel flag "debug=0x100" so instead of the usual Kernel Panic grey box containing the instruction to force shutdown the machine in different languages, we have a detailed verbose recounting of the panic as seen on the image at the very top of this post.