Netbooks may have taken the mobile computing market by storm. It's the combination of stable performance. But how will the consumer respond to a full-fledged notebook, complete with an optical drive, for just a few pennies more? At about Rs 33k, the Acer Aspire T 4810 beats expectations on performance, looks and battery backup.
The 4810T comeS with a 1366 x 768 pixel (720p HD) 14 inch LED backlit screen, and is dressed in a dark grey color. It does look like it means business, and the specs do add to that suspicion. Let's delve into the specs for a second. It has an Intel Core Solo SU3500 processor clocking in at 1.4GHz, 2GB RAM and Intel's GMA 4500MHD graphics.
Intel's Core Solo processor does skimp a bit on performance compared to the new Core 2 Duos, but power consumption is greatly reduced. Despite the processor, it managed a PC Mark score of 2057; higher than the average netbook score of 1400 to 1500 with the usual 1.6Ghz Atom processor. In terms of graphics capabilities, the Intel graphics are a bit of a letdown when compared to the overall system performance. The 3D Mark score of 574 means that gaming won't come within a mile of this machine. But you do get an HDMI port to connect it to a flat panel1V. Playing full HD files is a stretch, but 720p HD files are easily doable.