[access-uk] Re: Netbooks

Flash drives are still slower than hard drives aren'tthey? Even the 5400rpm 
drives.

Peter


From: Dean Wilcox 
Sent: Saturday, January 03, 2009 12:12 PM
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Netbooks


If your going to be moving around a lot when using it and want a fast boot up 
time the Asus netbooks with the flash hard drives may be good.  I don't know 
but I guess they might be quieter too.

At 08:09 03/01/2009, you wrote:

  Hi Andy
   
  Just my own personal thoughts:
   
  I went for the Asus even though it has a small memory as Steve says. Mainly 
because I don't want it to store files on and with a larger memory I felt I 
might be tempted to do this and slow the whole thing down. Mine is an Asus Eee 
PC 901 and has everything I need - Bluetooth, wireless, memory card slot, three 
USB ports etc. The keys are not too small either. A few things - The right hand 
shift is in a different place, there is no control on the right side and the 
Enter key is not its usual shape. Once you get used to these things it is a 
great little piece of kit. It is practically silent even when the fan is going, 
the speakers are not at all tinny as they were with my larger laptop and even 
with 1GB of RAM it is very fast, especially when on the Internet via my 
wireless connection.
   
  I got mine on Amazon not Play simply because they had a nice little pink one, 
but I don't suppose that would appeal to you!
   
  With all the hype about the NC10 on here which would not be as small and neat 
as mine, I just thought it was about time someone spoke up for the poor old 
Asuses!
   
  Barbara
   
   

    ----- Original Message ----- 

    From: ANDY COLLINS 

    To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 

    Sent: Friday, January 02, 2009 7:32 PM

    Subject: [access-uk] Netbooks


    Hi all -



    Need some input here from you all, including Steve Nutt and Jackie Cairns 
please.



    I'm looking at netbooks, and would like clarification on the Samsung that 
Jackie and others have bought recently, as well as info on the Asus range that 
Steve seems to prefer.



    I'd appreciate make and model please, and any thoughts on the below that I 
found on Play:



    Asus Eee PC 900 Win-BK / Intel Mobile / 1GB / 12GB / 8.9" / Windows XP / 
Netbook / Black

     
    Chipset: Intel 
    CPU: Intel Mobile 
    Display: 8.9" (1024x600) 
    Memory (1 slot only): 1024MB 
    Storage (Solid State, on board): 12GB 
    Card Reader: SD/MMC 
    Connection: 802.11 b/g / 10/100 Ethernet 
    Expansion: 3 USB / VGA Port / Headphone/Mic-in 
    Camera: Yes (1.3M) 
    Battery Cell: 4 Cell 
    Colour and Paint Type: Black 
    OS: Windows XP (Preloaded) / Windows Live Suite, MS Works 
    AC Adapter: Output: 9.5V, 22W / Input: 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz universal 
    Warranty: 2 year UK C&R 

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