An Insight Of Mini Notebook
Mini notebook, also known as netbook, is smaller than the standard notebook computer, and has a better battery life. It weighs only 2.5 pounds and is
certainly lighter than the laptop that weighs 6 pounds. The light weight is definitely persuading, such that choosing a mini notebook becomes an
inevitable choice. They are also accounted to be less expensive in comparison to the portable computers. They come installed with Intel Atom
processors such that they are normally powerful to run Microsoft Office and Windows XP without fail.
The standard drives usually on mini notebooks are comparatively small approximately 16GB and less. However, some software such as Windows
Media Player 11, Windows XP and Microsoft office 2002 require more than 4GB and therefore it may need an upgrade. The minit notebook displays
have lower resolution than the standard laptop computers, but this does not highlight the reason to be deterrent from buying it as there is an
opportunity to work with digital graphics. The device has graphic cards, but they normally are not equally effective as notebook computers, but for web
surfing or music downloads, there is not much difference noticeable.
The mini notebook runs Linux version as the main operating system and hence are less expensive. It is appropriate as a primary computer for
downloading music and loading MP3 player or emailing to friends and surfing the net. These devices are not ideal for games or even for complicated
word-processing or other number crunching applications. They are becoming more important and are expected to reach a point that it will come in the
palm fitting size. However, speaking of the money spent on buying mini notebooks, it is beneficial as it is cheaper, and they make great machines for
people who are always on the go.
Mini notebooks are offered by notable manufacturers such as HP, Dell, Asus, Compaq and several others. These devices are appropriate for business
people and individuals who are on constant move and also need WiFi connecti