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'The screen has a LED backlight and is very bright.'
'Mobile classroom Connoisseurs are well acquainted with Dell's Latitude series, which represents the class of solid business notebooks with good expansion options.'
'durable solid state drives'
'The U110's performance numbers are impressive.'
'Sure, color and brightness were fine, but the shimmering graininess and horrible levels of reflection made the screen physically painful to view for more than about 30 minutes.'
'our U110 fell far short of such endurance.'
'no built-in CD/DVD drive'
'I'm a little skeptical about the color scheme.'
'staggering price tag'
'The LED backlighting is extremely bright, but what's more impressive is that it immediately snaps on to its full brightness.'
'this desktop's price seems hard to justify, with respect to its features.'
'Lacks software bundle'
'double-layer DVD+/-RW drive'
'Everyone hates bloatware, even HP apparently.'
'Surprisingly, though, the low power consumption doesn't result in an impressive battery life'
'The X40, which weighs only 3.2 pounds (with the eight-cell battery), managed an impressive 6 hours 16 minutes on our BatteryMark test'
'It's difficult to
found on most ThinkPads.'
'Lacks productivity software'
'the X40 doesn't include a FireWire port'
'slower ultralow voltage CPU keeps a lid on performance'
'The tiny screen also may cause eye strain with prolonged use; at its 1,024x768 resolution, the display forced us to squint often'
'the Lifebook P1620 has 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi built in as standard.'
'Bulky and ugly'
'Optical drive hinges interfere with keys'
'Slower Spin Hard Drive.'
'In view of its relatively inexpensive price, this notebook has great features for the money.'
'Shared video memory has an adverse effect on system performance'
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