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Old 11-09-2008, 02:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what do you guys think about this mini labtop

Micro Center - Aspire One AOA150-1570

how is the intel atom processor?

For word doc, internet browsing, and watching some movies i think it will do well.

The big plus is its only 2 lbs!!
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Looks good and it has a prett high res screen, one thing why labtop?
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i already have an old toshiba labtop that works fine but its very heavy. I want to have a smaller, lighter labtop for carry on.

And inputs on the intel atom cpu?
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The Atom should be fine for what you intend on doing. If you plan on using it on battery power allot I recommend getting the 160gb aspire 1 which has a 6 cell battery instead of the three cell in the model you linked.
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what do you guys think about this mini labtop

Micro Center - Aspire One AOA150-1570

how is the intel atom processor?

For word doc, internet browsing, and watching some movies i think it will do well.

The big plus is its only 2 lbs!!
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i already have an old toshiba labtop that works fine but its very heavy. I want to have a smaller, lighter labtop for carry on.

And inputs on the intel atom cpu?
It is Laptop.

Not Labtop.
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Maybe this is a special kind of computer that actually sits on top of a laboratory. I bet you can even run Windows XT on it.
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