Low-cost processor suitable for basic tasks such as internet, music, movies.
Processor not suitable for multitasking, and computation intensive tasks such as photo and video editing, etc.
Uses conventional harddrive. Higer power consumption, lower shock resistance and longer startup time compared to solid state drive(SSD).
Battery life is unknown.
15.6" screen provides good tradeoff between desktop replacement and portability
Weight of 5.4 lbs is typical for this screen size
No built-in CD/DVD drive; Reduces weight but watching movies or installing software from CD/DVD will require separate purchase of optical drive
Integrated webcam for video chatting
|Basic Specs||2.4 GHz Intel Pentium M|
4 MB RAM
5.4 lbs; 15.6" display
320 GB hard drive
5.4 lbs overall weight
9.72" x 14.80" x 1.41"
No CD or DVD drive
USB Ports: 3
USB Ports: 3
Great notebook for it's size lots of memory fast processor quick to load easy to input information I would recommend it... Ok for light gaming, overkill for MS Office websurfing. But hey, it's better to have too much than too little.... Sometimes the touch pad won't work no matter what I do. And it's not that it's turned off, it just stops working. I can maybe move it across the screen but not up or down. Windows 8 is a disaster, I ... Read full
This section offers a breakdown and comparison of the different product lines within Intel's/AMD's offerings. The processors are divided by the companies making the processors (Intel and AMD) then within those companies, a general ranking and purpose is offered for the kinds of processors each is offering. That is, some processors will be far better suited for doing advanced tasks such as data/statistical analysis, modelling, and mulltimedia creation where at the other extreme (toward the bottom of each of the respective charts below), these processors will not be able to handle much more than web browsing and e-mailRead full
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