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« on: November 15, 2013, 08:50:28 am »
The Next Evolution Of Portable Computing Is The Tablet Pc
When it comes to computers I'm set on brands for some reason. Some brands I like for quality, like Nvidia and Enermax, others because I've been using that brand for an eternity and never had a problem. Asus falls in that last category, I have been using the Asus brand for years now in most of the desktop computers I have built over the years. Motherboard and video card both tend to be of the Asus brand simply because they are often the first with new gadgets and functionality and, like I said, have never ever failed on me.
Part-clever the Archos nine Pc Tablet does arrive with a a lot more energy-successful processor in the sort of the Intel Atom Z510 operating at one1GHz. The display screen is an 8.9" LED back-lit resistive touch display screen display with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. Because of to its ultra compact dimensions it can only fit in a 60GB 1.8-inch very difficult disk push but does present 1GB well worth of DDR2 memory. The tablet has superior constructed-in speakers along with an integrated one3MP web site-cam and a detachable battery.
The first is the Sony Vaio SVE11115EN, which comes with an 11.6 inch screen with a resolution of 1366 X 768 pixels. It has been powered with a 1.7 GHz dual-core AMD processor and well supported by 2 GB of RAM. This laptop is designed in such a way that the lid of the laptop is smaller than the base. The sides are rounded making the carrying of the laptop comfortable. All these features make it a true contender for the best laptop in India. Second in the line is from HP, Pavilion G6-2101TU. The screen is bright and gives out colors close to the being like the original.
My experience is that a fully charged battery will last you about two hours on average and a mere 1 hour and 45 minutes after the first few recharges. Compared to any other laptop this is pathetic and it also makes it the single largest downside of this laptop Some people I know draw on their laptop for hours on end and having it plugged in to a power socket all the time isn't nice for mobility. That wouldn't be a problem except that you have to sacrifice your DVD rewriter for it.
Being a busy person and a technology enthusiast, I find myself toting around a laptop and a tablet at the same time. Id love to only have one, but they both have their usefulness in certain situations. The tablet has limited functionality, however is easy to pull out quickly and look up some information. My laptop is great when I want to get some real work done. I have grown accustom to having both and it would be hard to just pick one. I recently got my hands on Microsoft s Surface Pro which may solve this dilemma.
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