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Originally Posted by SchizoFrogAren't netbooks supposed to be cheap? For £500 you can get a much better Desktop.
CULV stands for Consumer Ultra Low Voltage, meaning that the CPUs don’t cost a fortunate
Originally Posted by Dave ListerThe whole netbook / ultrathin / ultralight scene seems to me like a big step backwards to me, you seem to get less of everything for a higher price. Laptops were getting to a great price point, i can see these new classes of laptop destroying it all.
And yes i use a netbook myself, but only because i got it dirt cheap, like off the back of a lorry kind of price, otherwise i'd have gone for a regular 15" laptop.
Originally Posted by TheLostSwedeI'm sorry, but it's impossible that that battery was fully charged before you started the battery test, or something went wrong.
There's no way an 8,850mAh battery only lasts for 1h 49min in a CULV notebook, since the faster SU7300 processor can last 8-10h on an 8-cell battery in similar notebooks. I think you guys really need to re-test the battery life.
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Originally Posted by _Metal_Guitar_Sounds fairly decent...but if I had that cash it would be spent on a 5970 instantly.
Originally Posted by CupboardThe Core 2 Duo that you say isn't 64 bit capable - Intel list "Intel (R) 64" as one of its features. Isn't that a contradiction?
so its more expensive than your typical netbook,
Our Shrek 4 trailer is a 1080p video with a bit-rate of 9MB/sec...N450 laptop resulted in unwatchable stuttering and CPU loads of 60-100 per cent. This goes to show just how poor Atom is for a conventional modern PC
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