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'In testing, the DV9000z scored a below-average 2,411 on our Futuremark 3DMark 06 test at standard 1,024x768 resolution.'
'The battery life was disappointing, but when DVD drives became the norm, most laptops couldn't make it through an entire movie either.'
'Unfortunately, the unit has some keyboard shortcomings and limited upgradability.'
'Limited Number of Expansion Ports.'
'Averatec backs the 2200 series with a standard one-year warranty with mail-in service; the battery is covered for only six months, however, which is lame.'
'It's also nice to see Averatec include a full gigabyte of memory, something many ultraportables still lack.'
'Toll-free telephone support is available 24/7 throughout the warranty period.'
'a standard one-year warranty with mail-in service; the battery is covered for only six months, however, which is lame'
'short battery life'
'Keyboard feels mediocre.'
'No Windows XP Media Center or TV tuner options.'
'less efficient than the average notebook on the market today.'
'its slow performance and battery life will turn off multitaskers, power users, and frequent fliers.'
'slow performance and battery life will turn off multitaskers, power users, and frequent fliers'
'Other quirks include a right Shift key that is painfully small and easy to miss, resulting in an accidental up-arrow keystroke until you train yourself on the layout.'
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