Netbooks are smaller versions of Laptops with a small screen and a small keyboard. A Netbook is not that powerful as a laptop but it is affordable and pays back what you spend with its features and operations. These days Netbooks are not that trending but people who want computing in small budget buy Netbooks.
Today there are many Notebooks in the market but only few of them are good. So we are listing them here.
Asus Eee PC X101H
The Asus Eee PC X101H netbook has an instant-on zero-wait restart and features the Super Hybrid Engine.
- MeeGo Operating System
- Intel Atom™ N455 Processor
- 1GB RAM DDR3, 1 x DIMM
- 250GB 5400rpm HDD
- 10.1″ LED Backlight WSVGA (1024×600) Non-Glare Screen
- Intel NM10 Express Chipset
It is a good choice for about INR 12000.
Samsung NF310 A01
Samsung NF310 A01 is powered by latest dual-core Atom processor and has a high-resolution screen. It has a battery backup of upto 7 hours.
- Genuine Windows 7 Starter
- Intel Atom N550 Dual-Core processor
- 1GB RAM
- 250GB HDD
- 10.1-Inch HD (1366×768) LED-Backlit Display.
It will cost you around INR 23000
Acer Aspire One 751h
Acer Aspire One AO751h is an excellent compromise between size and usability. It has a slim design and long battery life.
- MS Windows XP Home
- 1.33-GHz Intel Atom Z520
- 11.6-inch glossy display with 1366×768 resolution
- 1GB RAM
- 160GB HDD
- Intel GMA 500 graphics chipset
It would cost you INR 20000.
Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3C
Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3C has a compact body and an excellent keyboard. It’s easy to say why the S Series is among the most popular and affordable Netbooks you can buy.
- Intel Atom Processor N455 1.66GHz
- Genuine Windows 7 Starter
- 1GB DDR3 SDRAM
- 160GB SATA HDD
- Intel®Graphics Media Accelerator 3150
- 10.1″ SD LED Display with Camera
It is available for near about INR 17000 in market.
HP Mini 110
The device is best for everyday usage and comes with 10.1 inch WSVGA LED anti-glare display. It is a budget friendly version of netbook.
- Windows XP
- 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270
- 1GB, 533MHz DDR2
- 160GB HDD
- Intel GMA 950 (integrated) Graphics
It is available for INR 17000.
Acer Aspire One D270
The Acer Aspire One D270 offers the latest Intel Atom processor generation based on Intel’s Cedar Trail platform. This is the first netbook in India to run on Intel Atom’s next generation Cedar Trail processor.
- Genuine Windows 7 Starter
- Intel Atom (N2600, 1.60 GHz, 1 MB)
- 25.7 cm (10.1″) LED Display
- 2 GB DDR3 SDRAM
- 320 GB Serial ATA
It will be available to you for INR 17500.
What do you think about Netbooks? Is it still ok to buy netbook? Share your views via comments and also share if you have better option in netbooks than above ones.
When the gaming comes in selection of the PC the choice of the platform goes to the consoles. If you want the best quality gaming platform the PC desktops is the way to go. But sometimes portability is a necessary factor than the choice is limited to laptops. Here we select some best gaming Laptops below.
1. Alienware M18x
For Past 15 years the folks at the Alienware makes the high end gaming systems and Alienware M18x is one another laptop with high quality performance for gaming. The M18x is loaded with features. Storage comes by way of two fast (7,200 rpm) 500GB drives it is powered with the an internal 5.1 sound solution M18x also has two USB 3.0 ports, VGA, HDMI, and mini DisplayPort inputs, and a Gigabit Ethernet port. As always, Alienware leaves the bloatware off and preinstalls Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), the Alien utilities, including the AlienRespawn restoration tool, and Steam. Performance-wise M18x powered by Intel’s Core i7-2960XM Extreme Edition processor, which runs at 2.7GHz with Turbo Boost that maxes out at 4.0GHz with 16 GB of DDR3 RAM and has 2 GB of Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M Graphics memory. by all these features could have the very powerful Laptop for gaming.
2. Sony VAIO VPC-F236FM
The Sony VAIO VPC-F236FM is a machine built with the power user in mind. Its Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GT 540M discrete graphics chip make a powerful component tag team that means you can rely on this laptop to run almost any application (including games). Features like Blu-ray and a 1080p screen will delight video enthusiasts, allowing the VAIO to double as a home entertainment system. It Powers with Intel Core i7 CPU and Nvidia GT 540M GPU ensure that there are few applications it can’t handle. Blu-ray player. Full 1080p HD resolution. WiMAX 4G broadband. Bluetooth connects wireless peripherals. Backlit keyboard. USB 3.0. Big 750GB hard drive.
3. Asus G75VW-AS71
You could call Asus’ Republic of Gamers subbrand, the poor man’s Alienware. The design is similar enough to Alienware’s as to invite comparisons, while its specifications are competitive. But the best part is that the Asus laptop is typically less expensive than its Alienware equivalent. It is powered with Cutting-edge processor; new Nvidia GPU; slightly slimmer body; matte screen; faster ports and connections, including USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt. It is the good affordable platform for Gamers.
4. Dell XPS 15z
Dell XPS 15z looks like the apple’s laptop but it cost quite low as compared to the Apple’s Laptop. XPS 15z is powered with Nvidia GeForce GT 525M for most intensive 3D games. It ha two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 2.0 Ports with 750 GB Hard disk. It has Strong performance, battery life. Aggressively priced. Thin, lightweight profile. Gorgeous design.
5. Alienware M17X
Although it could easily burn a hole in your pockets, the M17x is the best gaming laptop there is. It’s a true heavyweight, in terms of both price and weight.
We’re talking about jaw-dropping performance here, and the awesome specifications allow it to scream through any application/game you could possibly think of. It comes with 8GB RAM and Dual ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 graphics with 1GB of dedicated memory in each. The whole laptop is kitted out with colourchanging LEDs and even the keyboard backlighting colour can be customised. Possibly the only negative is the battery life; it lasts for an hour.
In New Delhi Acer Launch its new series of Notebook Travelmate the Acer TM P243.The TM P243 has enhanced multitasking capabilities and is powered by 3rd generation Intel Core i processor with Turbo Boost Technology. The notebook has a 14″ high-definition LED backlit display with 16:9 aspect ratio consumes less energy and saves more than 30% of power in comparison to the tradition display.
It also packed with NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M graphics card, HDMI port and USB 3.0 port that enables quick charging of mobile devices via USB even when powered off. The notebook is embedded with Wi-Fi CERTIFIED connection and Gigabit Ethernet for wireless connectivity. The laptop also comes with features like Bluetooth 4.0+HS to ensure fast internet connectivity. the TM P243 ensures data protection through its Acer ProShield Security and eRecovery Manager. The TravelMate P243 comes with an option of Acer Office Manager (AOM), a manageability solution which allows SMB to deploy security policies, monitor IT assets, and schedule maintenance tasks in one simple manageability package.
It is available with the non beatable price of Rs 36,000
After Nexus Smartphones which are manufactured by HTC and Samsung in past couple of years. Now Google is going to launch Nexus tablet at Google IO this year. Google chooses Asus for its manufacturing. Nexus tablet will run on upcoming Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and its screen size would be of 7 inch with 1280×800 resolution. Google’s main aim of production of the tablet is to compete against Kindle Fire. Its rumored that Google’s Nexus Tablet will cost around $200-$250 to make it budgeted Tablet to boost sales.
Nexus Tablet is under production from April and will be available exactly in July. It is powered by Quad Core Tegra 3 Processor. Google is going to sell it directly via Google Play Store for the first time in Nexus devices history. Later on Accessories will also be added to Play Store. Asus is building 600,000 units for the first heap of Nexus Tablets. So guys our all eyes are on Google IO 2012 event which is going to kick off on June 27.
According to reports Apple also started work on its 7 inch tablet and prices are also similar to the rumored Nexus Tablet. Apple’s 7inch iPad will be launched at the end of this year.
In office we prefer a notebook to perform all our office works – sending eMails, making presentations, etc. with full ease, but while we travel need a tablet like experience for our leisure activities. How amazing it would be if we get a convertible notebook that to perform both the tasks.
So to fulfil your needs ASUS has come up with its Convertible Notebook, The ASUS Transformer Book that allows users to instantly switch from a notebook to a tablet by simply detaching the screen.
The Transformer Book features include:-
- The latest Intel® Core™ i7 processor* with discrete graphics, along with SSD and HDD storage.
- 4GB DDR3 dual channel RAM, and USB 3.0.
- ASUS SonicMaster technology developed by the ASUS Golden Ear team to deliver crystal-clear sound with deep rich bass through its integrated speakers.
- Dual cameras, with a HD front-facing camera and a 5MP rear-facing camera making it a tool for both photo-taking and video chats.
- This lightweight ultraportable is available with an 11.6″, 13″ or 14″ Full HD IPS display with multi-touch capabilities. This can be detached from the full-size QWERTY keyboard* to create a highly portable tablet to give the best of both mobile worlds.
No word just yet on pricing or availability.
*-specifications may vary without prior notice
Most of us are not heard of IceCool Technology but it is used in variety of devices. IceCool Technology basically lowers temperatures to maintain a comfortable palm rest feel, preventing unwanted heat build up by placing heat-producing components away from users. Above as defined IceCool Technology is used in Double Sided Motherboards. It helps Computers to remain cool and better experience even during the longest computing sessions. These type of motherboards or other components are generated by high quality aluminum textures. Cooling is done by Fans and IceCool’s heat pipe. The IceCool technology virtually eliminates the unpleasant sensation that is occurring on standard notebooks during prolonged use. Asus Use IceCool Technology in its new K series laptops.