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ASUS Readies AMD-based Eee PC 1015T Netbook

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 7, 2010.

  1. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    6hrs isn't bad battery life and they can get alot more but i have yet to see an AMD netbook were the manuf has enabled cool and quiet...my gateway can get 4-5hrs maxed out running autodesk inventor (try that on an atom) but with my own personal power saver setting i can get 6-8hrs very easily the chips tune very well and at 800mhz its still enough power to run office, internet and music with no lags.
     
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    Interesting...

    My SL9400 + 80gb SSD + 4gb RAM does the job for me though :p Lets say it isn't the same price range or class though xD (580$ + 80$ 4yr warranty)

    I wonder though, for light gaming how this netbook would do..... Just pop in a 2gb stick and it should do OK
     
  3. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    even my gateway can do most games ran HL2 and such on it just fine
     
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    I'm a master at low end hardware lol, I was stuck with either a single core sony with DDR RAM and a T2300 Dell with 1gb of ddr2 and a GMA950.... I'm waiting on parts for my new build. The SL9400 is borrowed from my dad, only use it a bit, I bought it for him after all xD

    I could get HL2, Flight Simulator X, Civ IV, F.E.A.R, Rome Total War, games like that work well. Any more and forget it though lol
     
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    Shame about the screen, if it was 1280 x 768 I might go for one.
     

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