Hyper Sonic AG2 Notebook 1

Hyper Sonic AG2 Notebook Review

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A Closer Look

On the bottom you will find your Windows Vista key and some product labels. The big one reveals that this notebook is actually a rebranded version of the Clevo M72R notebook.
The compartment under the Windows sticker allows access to the harddrive while the other one on the right will let you change the memory, wireless card and possibly CPU.

From left to right the following status indicator LEDs are present: Scroll Lock, Caps Lock, Num Lock, HDD activity, Silent Mode.

Here we see what's under the right lid. The most prominent feature being the two 2 GB sticks of OCZ memory and the CPU+Chipset sitting under the big heatpipe.

Under the left cover you will find the 2.5" SATA HDD. What I really like is that you can open it without any tools, any normal coin will just fit fine.

As you would expect, the memory modules are made by OCZ and come from their Mobile Value Series. The timings of 5-5-5 are fine for a notebook, so is the operating frequency of 667 MHz.

Hypersonic ships a four cell battery pack with the notebook which is quite weak in my opinion. As optional accessory an eight cell battery is available.
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