Thursday, December 27, 2012
Best Netbooks 2013 Review
If you're thinking about buying a minicomputer or netbook, stan aquie top 5 choices:
top netbooks 2013
Top 5Acer Aspire One349 U.S.Recently improved Aspire One now sports a larger display and a six-cell battery for about 5 hours. If you're planning on using your netbook for video or webcam-dependent task, Aspire One considers the only sports 0.3MP camera head, no better option. Other specifications are standard: 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 10.1 inch screen, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, WiFi b / g, Card Reader SD / MMC, and weighs 2.95 pounds. The Aspire One can be increased to access WiMAX and 3G networks.
top netbooks 2013
Top 4Samsung NC10399 U.S.Samsung NC10 netbook is a small, stylish, thinking (obviously) put in little things like the layout of the LED indicators and power button. The keyboard is 93% the size of a standard keyboard of a laptop and has silver particles embedded in the keys to make them antibacterial. The touch pad or touchpad has a section dedicated to the scrolling, practice for a machine that will probably see a lot of web surfing. Hardware-wise, the NC10 sports a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, 160GB HDD, WiFi b / g, Bluetooth, a 1.3MP webcam and weighs 2.8 pounds.Top 3Dell mini 10349 U.S.The minis 10, thanks to the coup of marketing and distribution for Dell, has proved a popular netbook. The base models have fun with 1.33GHz Intel Atom processor, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, Wi-Fi b / g, 1.3MP webcam, a 10.1-inch screen and weighs 2.6 pounds. if you can improve you the processor, add a 6-cell battery, draft-n WiFi and Bluetooth. One thing to consider when choosing between 1GB or 2GB of RAM is that the RAM is soldered onto the motherboard, making future improvements impossible. The Mini 10 has an HDMI port, but no VGA port, and can be upgraded to access Verizon EVDO network. Despite the disadvantage of having to pay a little extra to get common characteristics similar priced netbooks, if you are interested in making a netbook macintosh, many people prefer Dell mini as easy to use platform to install OSX.Top 2MSI Wind329 U.S.The MSI Wind is another heavyweight in the battery department. It comes standard with a six-cell battery and has battery life of as long as the Asus 1000 series. The wind has a keyboard of edge-to-edge with well-spaced keys. While many people complain about how the keys are so close together in most netbooks, the keyboard has keys that travel wind a little deeper and future are just slightly more spaced than most netbook keyboards, really helps alleviate the feeling that these mecanografeando on a computer for elves. The included software allows you to program your face on the computer, while you're in front of the computer, this will lock and enter power saving mode. The MSI Wind sports a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor, 10.1-inch display, 1 GB RAM, 160 HHD, WiFi b / g, Bluetooth, card reader 4-in-1, 1.3MP webcam and weighs 3.2 pounds.TOP 1!ASUS EEEPC 1000HE385 U.S.When netbooks first appeared, it was because the first models of the EEEPC surprisingly winning reputation for several years. ASUS has continued removing the rock-solid netbooks, building his reputation in large part to some of the batteries with more life. While claiming 9.5 hours under ideal conditions, but only reaches 6, is still better than 3 hours of most netbooks. The 1000HE has fun with a keyboard and an Intel atomde 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 1.3MP webcam, 10.1 inch screen, the size of 92% display, Wi-Fi b / g / n and Bluetooth for connectivity, and weighs 3.2 pounds. Each ASUS netbook comes with 10GB of online storage, free for 24 months after purchase.