"This laptop casing is made of shiny plastic where each
finger touch will be easily noticeable, but it seems to be solid.
There are numerous air holes at the bottom of the laptop. When you
hold it, it won’t creak, which is quite often in cheaper
constructions. Each port is clearly described as what can be seen
in the pictures. The screen, like in most subnotebooks, is much
smaller than the lid itself. Its resolution (800×480) will be
enough for surfing or creating documents, such as with OpenOffice,
which is included.
"Even so, it will not be very comfortable (a nine-inch WSVGA
screen would be perfect). Both the touchpad and the keyboard are
smaller than in normal laptops, so one will have to get used to
them. The keyboard’s layout matches the one known from
Asus’ Eee PC. The notebook stays cool even if it is used
intensively and, above all, it is quite quiet. Battery life is very
long - up to 4,5 hours. These are not empty promises - after 3
hours of watching DivX films, the icon in the tray displayed 30% of
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