With mouse and adapter. Share This Page Tweet. The weights are about the same for the two notebooks. VGA and Svideo are at the back, also good. Perhaps investing in lid and palmrest protection is a good idea. I did not bother installing software to get exact temp readings.
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If you really want to squeeze more you turn off the wireless and turn down the screen even more, you can probably beat 3 hours. The full bag, and open with picture of notebook and adapter inside. I might edit in and add stuff as I tinker with it some more.
The point is that one would need a separate, paid-for XP system, whereas one has already paid for the Vista resource-hog as it is. There is very little wobble in the hinges, there is absolutely no ripple in the LCD no matter how hard you push its wirelses from behind; the plastic in the cover is very hard.
The auto exposure of the camera of course hides the difference between these two settings. Also notice the very short wall-side cable of the adapter! Core Duo T, 1. The weights are about the same for the two notebooks. If you need the laptop for more than emailing, surfing, and document editing, upgrading to 2GB is a a8hhe. Do you already have an account? Especially painting silver over the touch pad is a bad idea, since it will certainly look ugly and patchy after a few months or so.
Share This Page Tweet. Detail of keyboard with hotbuttons; status LEDs; and touchpad.
The horizontal viewing angles aren’t too bad, but the vertical viewing angles are predictably crap. Heat and noise No noticeable heat problem, even if the Vista updates and me uninstalling stuff in the meantime was pushing the notebook quite hard mostly HDD-wise but anyway.
I did not bother installing software to get exact temp readings. Given that my 2MB-cache Core Duo scores 1min20sec, and considering that the T has only half the cache, the score is respectable. I find it very nice that you can select your OS language on the first boot.
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The air that comes out is most of the times quite cold, much z8he than what comes out of my V6J. Of course that’s easy because the provided RAM is 1x1GB and there is one free slot, as opposed to many other notebooks in this price range which offer 2xMB making you necessarily waste MB after an upgrade.
For its price EUR including VAT here in Netherlands, around including shipping it offers a very respectable array of features that I believe are quite difficult to beat: Hoping this helps, E.
But that comes with the territory budget notebook can’t expect too much here Layout ports and others I think it’s quite aus. They got cheap on that one, but you can always buy a longer one. The carrying case is a generic The wall-side cable for the adapter is very short about 50cm. Viewing angles are about the same as my V6J, which is to say not so good see pictures below.
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I wonder, how difficult would it be to do a clean install? VGA and Svideo are at the back, also good. Of course all you have to do is turn the power cable around degrees, so this is just a minor annoyance. It holds just fine, but there is a hint of bending which makes me think I shouldn’t do this on a regular basis.
Given that wjreless GPU also takes its share of to MB, that leaves precious little for applications. And I think this notebook would do a lot better with XP as opposed to Vista. In summary, the build quality is good but take care with that silver paint.
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