The 3G Nokia booklet. makes powerfulimpression at first glance The designers have the netbook.treated toa solid aluminum chassis with rounded edges to switch seen fromValve's hard disk or memory upgrades are in the vast body of about1.200 grams but not.
The signal lights are integratedinto the hinge of the folding screen almost 180 degrees. The sideboxes and connectors are housed in dark places such as the keyboard.That have made of aluminum touchpad buttons marginally differentheights, you can post as a bleating at the highest level.
At second glance, however, showplastic applications. The lid is veneered with shiny plastic And thussusceptible to unsightly fingerprints.At the bottom of the plasticlid of the battery takes almost half the sub-floor. Nevertheless, thecomputer makes a solid impression.
As the heart of our test unit, weidentified on Intel Atom Z530 with 1.6 GHz. Responsible for thegraphics is anIntel GMA 500. RAM serves as a fairly tight gigabytesof DDR2 RAM . The built-in hard drive holds 111 gigabytes net puny,as it can store 104 gigabytes available. For system recovery, and 7.8gigabytes are reserved. Positive: An acceleration sensor protects thedisk from shocks. The almost obligatory webcam, the device just likebuilt-in speaker and microphone.