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InstaNews Comprar Tec Small Business Computing Tech Different Tech Girl Much of the notebook's exterior is notable only for its emptiness. The front of the Air has a notch cut out of the bottom lip to provide a spot for opening the screen. Like most modern MacBooks, the screen easily lifts up with a single finger. The rear and bottom of the machine are largely featureless as well, with the latter hosting four plastic bumpers to lift the machine off of its worksurface.
There are also a number of five-lobed Torx screws on the bottom for those so bold as to risk voiding their warranties for a peek at the insides. Wednesday, June 22, Dell Vostro Dell introduces a whole range of new laptops with the new Vostro series.
The assortment ranges from a We will take a closer look at the 14 inch model, the Dell Vostro , in this review. We have recently examined the 14 incher's relatives: the The notebook is available in Dell's online configurator or can be ordered at one of the known, large online retailers as a pre-configured unit.
Our test model comes from Notebooksbilliger. This dual core processor is a midrange model from Intel's second generation of Core processors. The processor already has a good amount of power with a standard clock rate of 2. However it can be increased even more via Turbo Boost 2. Thus, the clock rate can be boosted to 2.
This happens absolutely automatically without the user's intervention. The new Core iM's performance is more or less comparable with the "old" Core iM with 2. The M even surpasses the M in a few benchmarks. In addition to the memory controller, the iM also has an incorporated graphics card at a TDP thermal design power of 35 watts.
The HD Graphics graphics card might not be impressive with its pure performance, but it convinces in basic tasks with its low consumption. It is a DirectX 11 capable midrange graphics card for notebooks and the successor of the slower clocked HD The graphics card can automatically be switched so that the energy saving Intel graphics is used in idle and the stronger AMD graphics is used during load AMD calls this technology PowerXPress 4.
However, it doesn't seem to work quite as well as the competitor's, Nvidia, in practical use. When an application — still unknown to the Catalyst Control Center — a window is opened and the user is asked if the according application requires high performance or if it should be run on energy saving.
This is particularly annoying on a freshly installed system because you have to assign a new program to a profile every few minutes. Nvidia's solution, called Optimus, makes a considerably more developed impression. You can read a detailed first impression in our article: AMD 4.
Alienware M18x. Superior in every way. Tired of the typical desktop computer sits on the table? Do you want a replacement running? The new Alienware M18x fits the bill. This inch model is not only visually impressive, also packs the latest hardware under the hood.
A complete desktop replacement of daily life? If you are into green living and sunlight, this solar powered notebook will definitely catch your attention. The NCS will run Windows 7 and Samsung claims that it will be able to offer a battery life of up to The solar panels is said to be able to give you one hour of extra battery life for every 2 hours of sunlight.
The new notebook offers a conventional notebook configuration with a An Intel Atom N 1. Now , In November Samsung launched the Blue earth phone, that also used solar power and gave 10 minutes of use for one hour of sun exposure , the phone , however, turned out not to be too popular as the functions turned out to be very limited. Let hope that the NCS will prove to be a step in the right direction for this technology. If you want a netbook because of the convenient size and amazing battery life but need better multitasking and video performance than what a cheap netbook offers then the Acer Aspire T might be the perfect notebook for you.
At first glance it's easy to mistake the Aspire T for one of the dozens of Acer netbooks that have shown up over the last few years. Looks, however, can be deceiving. Build quality is quite good despite the diminutive size of this laptop. The combination of relatively thick matte plastics and black brushed aluminum palmrests leave the notebook feeling solid and showing almost no signs of flex. The screen stays firmly shut with a good amount of tension from the screen hinges when closed.
Protection from the screen cover is only adequate; the cover flexes quite easily and distortions appeared on the display when we applied pressure to the back of the cover. Opening up the screen you can tell the hinges should hold up for a long time with strong tension that prevents the screen from flopping around once opened. The body of the notebook seems to be well designed with minimal chassis flex and no obvious creaks from the plastics.
One area of the design that impressed me was the bottom of the notebook. The single cover panel is held in place by five screws my only complaint , so you'll have a spend a minute or two loosing all of those screws before you can swap out the hard drive or add more RAM. That said, I'm always happy to see when manufacturers make it easy for owners to upgrade their notebooks. Samsung R The R was tested by us and excelled when placed against similar systems in terms of processor performance, overall system performance, and did reasonably well in our storage tests.
To give you an example, the included Core i3 CPU did better than the Dell Inspiron 15R and the system outranked the Lenovo G budget notebook in terms of overall performance. This system would be good as a general use notebook and will react quickly for every day tasks but should not be considered for modern gaming.
In our review of the R we also liked the full-sized keyboard with a mix between Chiclet-style and traditional keys. We said the keyboard feels solid, did not flex, and works decently well. The touchpad is also good; it features some basic multi-touch features such as pinch-to-zoom. Our Samsung RJA02 review unit has the following specifications: Dimensions: Build and Design The R has a generic design with an attractive-looking faux aluminum finish.
The notebook is constructed entirely of plastic; as a result it weighs only 5. The chassis has an average thickness for a The R is covered in mostly glossy plastic, which smudges up quickly and is difficult to clean. The build quality of the R is below average.
The chassis of our review notebook was warped; the notebook did not sit evenly on a flat surface. The plastic covering the top of the notebook flexes easily under slightly more than normal pressure. Additionally, the entire chassis seems to cave downward when pressure is applied on the top of the notebook, indicating the internal frame lacks strength.
Rounding out the list, the chassis flexes easily when twisted by the corners; flex is bad because it allows the circuit boards inside the notebook to bend. Circuit boards subjected to bending will not last that long. The lid shares the lackluster build quality; it flexes easily when gripped by the corners. Ripples appear on the screen when pressure is applied from behind; the screen is not well protected. Overall, even for a budget notebook the R falls short of expectations.
Saturday, June 18, HP Pavilion dv7t. We will take a look at its build quality, performance, heat and temperature, battery life, and more. We will also test our review notebook for its gaming ability. Keep reading our full review below to find out if this is the right multimedia notebook for you!
Other features, parts, and accessories can be added for extra. Build and Design The new HP Pavilion dv7t consists of umber-colored glossy plastic materials with a hard metallic finish. HP has been known to go mostly for style over functionality in its build quality in the inch entertainment notebook realm, but this time around the outer build quality seems to have improved greatly from the last inch dv7t.
As far as design goes, the notebook has a dark brown color labeled as "umber" and the all-over brushed metallic gives the notebook a nice textured look. The frame around the display consists of glossy plastics, a stylistic move by HP. The model name is featured in the upper-righthand corner of the display, and "beats audio" is written in the upper lefthand corner Beats Audio is HP's new audio-enhancing software.
The overall finished result of the design strikes me as sophisticated and trendy; it's a design almost anyone would enjoy. The brushed metallic finish has greatly progressed the build quality from last time; now the exterior frame of the notebook feels stronger and the overall build quality really is excellent. The chassis is made of tough aluminum across the top and plastic underneath, and does not bend inward much when pressure is applied in the center of the keyboard.
The palmrests do not flinch at all when pressure is applied and the side follows suit, but the top of the chassis does bend a little. The aluminum finish helps the palmrests and the rest of the chassis stay nice and cool even when the notebook is exerted. The speakers are located across almost the entire top of the chassis and below the touchpad, and also at the bottom of the notebook for a surround sound effect.
The touchpad is ringed by a light blue backlight. The only complaint I have is the less-than-sturdy aluminum hinges: they bend when you press down on them. They do, however, seem as though they will be long-lasting and will withstand many years of being used.
Since the notebook has a monster-sized HP EliteBook p. This aluminum-clad workhorse is designed to serve as a mobile desktop replacement for business professionals who need cutting-edge technology wrapped inside a durable shell. Keep reading to find out if the new EliteBook is as "elite" as it looks.
In short, the EliteBooks look cool and are built tough. Those might sound like bold claims but, based on what we've seen from the previous generation of EliteBooks, those marketing claims have a very real basis in fact. One of the first things you'll notice when you pick up the new inch EliteBook p is that the notebook feels like it's made of very thick chunks of aluminum. You won't feel the "flex" that you normally see in cheaper plastic laptops.
The p notebook features a completely redesigned HP DuraCase that meets the MIL-STD G military-standard testing specifications, meaning these notebooks withstand greater wear and tear than a typical laptop. Despite the rugged build quality this notebook should be easy to carry thanks to a starting weight of just over six pounds. Six pounds might sound heavy for a inch notebook when there are many inch consumer laptops that tip the scales at about the same weight.
That said, I challenge anyone to build a metal-encased business notebook with high-end CPU, a discrete graphics card, and a built-in optical drive that weighs less than five pounds. The extra pound or so of weight comes from all that metal armor covering the notebook. The notebook also feature USB 3. The bottom of the p is quite strong no flex or creaks under pressure and features a single massive access panel for making upgrades or replacing components.
It should be extremely easy for an IT manager or even a lone small business owner to upgrade the RAM or replace a hard drive. You'll also notice the docking station connector on the bottom of the notebook in case you need to plug the p into multiple external displays or you need additional ports. HP EliteBook w. The HP EliteBook w has been on the market for a while now, but it is still the largest and most powerful workstation in HP's current lineup of business notebooks. It's been a long time coming, but we finally took a closer look at this desktop replacement to see if it really is a graphic artist's best friend.
In each case the EliteBook line meets or exceeds those standards, so before you even try to life this almost eight-pound notebook you know it's built to be tough. The main body of the laptop is covered in the "HP DuraCase" and "HP DuraFinish" which is essentially a hard plastic and strong magnesium alloy inner shell much like its predecessor strengthened by a brushed aluminum outer shell that is scratch resistant.
HP uses a darker color on the outside of the mobile workstations and a lighter silver finish on the standard EliteBook series. The outer shell of the screen casing is made of metal, but the inner screen bezel is plastic. The entire chassis from the base to the screen lid feels exceptionally strong and resistant to flex. The keyboard is the only exception to that rule since it has a tendency to "bounce" under your fingertips when you type with heavy pressure.
HP says that this mobile workstation "has been tested and meets the military standard MIL-STD F tests" and we've seen HP demonstrations where this EliteBook was exposed to excessive heat, vibration and water and kept running. Additionally, the w also features hard drive shock protection in the form of HP 3D DriveGuard which helps protect your hard drive in the event the laptop gets dropped or violently bumped. You can also configure the w with a solid state drive SSD if you need extreme speed and resistance to vibration.
In terms of expansion, the EliteBook w uses two simple plastic covers on the bottom of the notebook each held in place with standard Phillips head screws so that you or your IT department can easily access the hard drive, wireless cards or RAM for fast upgrades. The optical drive can also be removed and replaced with a second hard drive or SSD if you need more storage. The bottom of the notebook also features a dedicated docking station port, external battery port, and a convenient place to store your business card.
HP Pavilion dm3t. The HP Pavilion dm3t has been on the market for a while now, but it has quickly become HP's most popular inch laptop competing against more expensive notebooks like the inch Apple MacBook. Is this laptop with a Core i3 processor and Intel integrated graphics a good purchase? In short order this notebook became the trend setter for HP's consumer notebook line as the HP Pavilion dm1z and the the HP Mini line of netbooks were designed with a similar external appearance.
Build quality is on par with what we've seen from the rest of the HP Pavilion notebooks and HP mini netbooks. The plastics used in the chassis are durable and thick enough to prevent flex or cracking under pressure. The plastic screen lid does an okay job protecting the screen but the middle of the lid does bend inward under firm pressure.
The lid also features a rubber-like matte black paint job which is great for avoiding those fingerprints that show up on glossy notebooks. The screen hinges offer enough tension to hold the screen in place but are loose enough so you can open the laptop with one hand. HP decided to give the new dm3 a clean look with a two screwless access panels located on the bottom of the notebook.
Simply remove the battery and slide a release switch to upgrade the RAM or swap out the hard drive. This is actually a great idea not only for making upgrades easier but it has the added safety measure of forcing you to remove the power supply before you can mess with the internal components something you should do anyway. HP Mini The HP Mini is one of the latest "business class" netbooks on the market to offer extreme portability and battery life for an extremely low price.
Well, that was the case until the HP Mini arrived. The new design of the features an exterior shell similar to the HP Pavilion dm1z and Pavilion dm3t, but it looks virtually identical to the rest of the Mini lineup. In fact, the only design element that really stands out as possibly being business oriented is the use of matte black plastics on the lower half of the chassis and the keyboard. Despite the consumer appearance, the build quality is good enough for the average road warrior. I wouldn't recommend using the Mini outdoors in a rainstorm, but I wouldn't hesitate to toss it in a briefcase or purse and run to a client meeting.
When the screen lid is closed the HP Mini feels sturdy and doesn't show much flex under pressure. The palmrest also offers plenty of support while typing, although adult-sized hands will probably find little room for comfort beneath this tiny keyboard. One design element that I found particularly interesting if not particularly useful is the screen hinge moves all the way back to allow the netbook to open completely flat.
I'm just not sure how many people need this feature. The HP Mini has the same upgrade friendly design we've seen on multiple HP netbooks and notebooks. Simply remove the battery from the back of the netbook, slide the orange release switch to one side and you can remove the entire bottom plate of the Mini You only need to use a screwdriver if you plan to remove the hard drive or wireless cards.
Simple RAM upgrades require no additional tools. In short, you don't need to have an IT manager to perform basic upgrades. HP Pavilion dm1z. The new HP Pavilion dm1 also called the Pavilion dm1z is an inch notebook that uses the latest AMD Fusion technology to combine a fast dual-core processor and powerful graphics inside a budget-priced netbook alternative.
Is this the best new notebook for ? Keep reading to find out. Stylistically, the dm1 has more in common with the dm3. In fact, if you place the new dm1 side by side with last year's dm3, you'll see that this inch notebook is basically a smaller version of the dm3. At first glance it's easy to mistake the dm1z for one of the dozens of HP netbooks that have shown up over the last few years. Fortunately, the Pavilion dm1 has a lot more to offer than those low-performance netbooks.
Build quality is on par with what we've seen from the rest of the HP Pavilion Ultraportable notebooks and HP mini netbooks. The plastic screen lid provides adequate protection for the screen but the middle of the lid does bend inward under firm pressure be careful jamming this into overhead compartments on your next flight. The lid also features an attractive matte black paint job with black pinstriping done in glossy paint.
This makes fingerprint smudges far less visible than what we see on laptop lids with glossy paint jobs. Opening up the screen, the hinges have enough tension to hold the screen in place when it's motionless but not enough tension to hold the screen in place when you're carrying it around.
The rest of the body of the notebook seems to be well designed with minimal chassis flex and no obvious creaks from the plastics. One area of the design that will probably get a mixed reception is the bottom of the notebook. HP decided to give the new dm1 a clean look with a single massive bottom plate secured by screws that are hidden beneath the foot pads.
At first glance there is no expansion bay access panel here and no way to quickly upgrade the RAM or replace the hard drive. However, if you remove the battery, slide the battery release switch again and pull forward on the bottom plate, the entire bottom of the notebook will slide forward giving you access to the RAM, hard drive and wireless cards. I just wish this was a little more obvious for owners who want to upgrade the notebook themselves.
Lenovo IdeaPad Z The Lenovo Z-series IdeaPad is a budget-friendly multimedia notebook aimed to be a tier lower than the popular Y-series. The Z-series comes in two sizes including a In this review, we take a look at the The exterior look is very nice and could almost pass off for a business notebook in the right setting.
Inside the Z has a nice metal palmrest, a large textured touchpad, and big contoured touchpad buttons. Even the keyboard looks great, sharing the design from the Edge-series ThinkPads with the hybrid ThinkPad and Island-style keys. One interesting feature about the Z is the rescue-and-recover button that is recessed and almost hidden.
It is the same size as the numlock and capslock indicator lights next to it, but if you press it with a ball-point pen it activates the mode. Build quality is about average for a notebook in this class, offering a relatively sturdy chassis with durable plastic and alloy components. The screen lid offers adequate protection for the screen, only allowing the LCD to show distortions under heavy pressure. The screen is held down by friction of the screen hinges alone and seems to be held firmly shut when the notebook is hanging at your side.
The main body of the notebook feels pretty strong, with no flexing or twisting when you hold the system by the edge of the keyboard. The brushed metal palmrest does an excellent job at resisting flex over the width of the palmrest, with that rigidity stretching up to the keyboard tray and speakers. Overall the body is very sturdy and should hold up well to daily abuse. Users looking to upgrade the IdeaPad Z will find it easy through a single panel on the bottom of the notebook.
Users looking to pop in their own WWAN device will be disappointed though, as the Z has the required connection area, but no soldered on slot. Lenovo IdeaPad U The Lenovo IdeaPad U is the first ultraportable laptop to feature a That said, the U might just be the best looking Lenovo notebook we've ever seen. Let's get right down to it and say what many people are thinking; the Lenovo IdeaPad U is about as close as anyone can get to building a MacBook in PC clothing.
The U isn't a carbon copy of the MacBook, but Lenovo engineers took some of the key design elements that make the MacBook attractive -- a Chiclet-style keyboard, a clean-looking design, a thin and light metal chassis -- and put them into a Windows-based laptop. That said, it's important to give the team at Lenovo credit for a few unique design cues.
For starters, the IdeaPad U features leather-covered palm rests that are quite possibly the most comfortable palm rests I've ever felt. Typing documents or emails on this laptop feels great simply because your wrists and palms feel like they're floating beneath the keys. Combine the soft-touch palm rests with a durable metal chassis and the attractive "mocha brown" exterior color and you've got one of the best looking Windows-based laptops we've seen in a while.
Granted, more consumers would probably like the color of the U if it was also offered in more standard colors like black, red and blue, but the available mocha brown or clementine orange exteriors help set this laptop apart from the competition. Unfortunately, the simple and clean design of the U also means that this laptop lacks a number of features you'll find on bulkier, heavier notebooks. For starters, you only get two USB 2. Two other potential concerns are the fact that the U uses an integrated battery you can't replace the battery yourself and no easy access panels for replacing the hard drive or upgrading the RAM.
In short, the IdeaPad U is essentially stuck the way it is at the time you purchase the notebook. Sure, if you own a set of Torx bits and precision screw drivers you can disassemble the entire notebook to swap out the battery or make additional upgrades, but most consumers are unlikely to go through all that trouble.
Lenovo IdeaPad V The V has mid-range components which are enough to handle just about any modern application within reason. This is not a gaming machine; the Nvidia GM graphics will not go far with today's 3D games.
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Still need resources? Click to review important information regarding lenovo. Pricing: Reseller prices may vary. Lenovo does not set reseller prices. You entered an invalid email. All rights reserved. Communication wise a lot has been integrated. Wireless data can be exchanged via Bluetooth Version 2. The associated SIM card slot is not found in the battery compartment, but beneath the maintenance cover. Video conferences and telephony are possible without further ado with the web cam built into the upper display frame.
As operating system Windows 7 Professional bit version is preinstalled. This is sufficient in view of the fact just 2 GB are installed. There are practically no accessories in the box - only some poor information on slips of paper. You have to create your recovery disk yourself. But this is easily done with the ThinkVantage tools. In addition to these, you can restore the factory installation as long as the recovery partition is intact.
The default warranty for the Lenovo ThinkPad Xe is one year. Considering the price range this is reasonable. A so-called chiclet keyboard, i. This will be facilitated by, for such a mini-laptop, nice large alphanumeric keys of about 15 millimetres in width and 14 millimetres depth, with the front edge rounded out, and a relatively generous distance between the keys of 3 millimetres.
The mechanical properties, balanced stroke and clear feedback are satisfying. Moreover, the tapping, also during energetic typing stays pleasantly low. As typical for Thinkpad, again two pointer devices are offered. The relatively small touchpad is about 75 millimetres wide and 34 millimetres deep and lies much deeper than the surrounding case, the edge rises toward the back to about 2 millimetres.
So, it can be clearly distinguished from the case. The Touchpad surface feels pleasantly velvety and has good sliding properties. Accuracy and responsiveness are excellent. In addition to vertical and horizontal scroll area, the touchpad supports also multi-touch gestures, for example, pinch to zoom and pivot rotation.
The accompanying keys are relatively slim, flush with the front edge of the case, have a fairly long stroke length and respond equally on their entire width. In addition, they work relatively quietly. As usual, it works perfectly and after a short time of training you get used to it so that you control the mouse precisely and effortlessly. The surrounding buttons have been designed as a tilt buttons, yet they respond evenly on their entire width.
Holding down the center button will allow you to scroll in documents by moving the trackpoint. The Thinkpad use a Although the screen provides a cinematic format where movies can be played border-free, in vertically oriented applications, such as Internet browser or word processing, etc.
For an You can solve the problem either temporary with the screen Magnifier or by increasing the font size permanently. On average, it is Unfortunately the brightness in some areas was significantly lower, and the minimum brightness for "white" of Still, you won't be able to see any shadows or smears in solid coloured backgrounds with naked eye.
Subjectively, the colour representation is quite good and the image sharp. Fortunately, the screen has a matte surface. Although one can perceive some diffused reflections when the screen is off, but they do not disturb once the display is turned on. An outdoor usage causes no trouble, at least in the shadow. In direct sunlight though, one would wish, a little more brightness. The viewing angle stability is notebook-typical.
Horizontally one can enjoy a generous viewing angle, while vertically, image changes quickly occur in the form of outshining when viewed from above or darkening when viewed from below. More or less the performance of typical Atom netbooks can be surpassed. First we will have a look at the insides of the Thinkpad Xe-s. This single-core CPU is designed for small slim notebooks and is characterized less by performance than by great energy efficiency. The thermal design power TDP of 15 watts, compared with Intel's Atom CPUs which use depending on the model 2 to 8 watts of energy from the socket is relatively high.
Other features of this processor developed under the code name "Huron" in 65 nm lithography are a processor clock speed of 1. The Radeon HD , contains million transistors and with its own dedicated video decoder called UVD helps the CPU in the computation of high-definition video material.
After removing the maintenance cover, you can also easily upgrade the Thinkpad Xe yourself if needed. Unfortunately, there are always outliers in the red range. By selectively disabling the drivers a possible cause can be found and the problem could be solved by a driver update. It finishes WPrime 32m in about seconds, m in about seconds.
For the calculation of 32 Million digits of the number PI using the program SuperPi the CPU requires about 50 minutes, for 2 million approximately 2 minutes and finally for one million a minute. The PCMarkVantage test allows evaluation of application performance. The Xe scored a total of points. Overall the application performance is therefore not considered outstanding, but sufficient for the normal working day.
Anyway, the 3D performance is not outstanding. Modern 3D-advanced computer games are playable at best with low details. But the mini-laptop was not designed for that. For further information about video performance, please go to our games list , and our benchmark list of mobile video cards.
The Momentus But, just about GB are available to the user. The values recorded by HDTune benchmark are consistently within a normal range. An alternative offer, at least in the U. If necessary, the user can also easily replace the drive on his own via the maintenance cover.
The noise during the test was always in reasonable limits. With a maximum of Apparently a higher temperature development was taken into account for the benefit of its fairly low noise levels. While placed under a lot of strain, we can even measure a peak of But also wrist-rest, touchpad and keyboard reach around 40 degrees Celsius. Fortunately, full-power operation should be the exception. When operating under low load, the upper side stays pleasantly cool.
But even then, on the bottom below the touchpad the degree mark is reached. Nevertheless it should be possible to work with the Xe on your thighs, as this area will rather not rest on the thighs and in other areas body temperature is not exceeded. The speakers are located along the downward bevelled leading edge, directing the sound more to the table as to the user. For such a mini-notebook the sound quality is surprisingly good and balanced, though not surprisingly for a system without a subwoofer, not particularly intense in basses.
As expected the Xe can definitely not keep up with external sound systems. More volume and bass can be achieved by connecting high quality headphones to the 3. This one remains in the test without any abnormalities. The review candidate has a 6-cell battery with 57 Wh capacity With that, the Xe achieved a usable battery life for a small mobile unit, although it cannot compete with the top models. The Reader's Test of the BatteryEater tool recorded a maximum of minutes slightly less than five and a half hours at minimum brightness, turned off wireless and "energy saving" profile.
However, at minimum brightness nearly nothing can be seen effortlessly. The minimum, recorded by the classic test of the same tool, is only minutes , nearly two hours of off-line operating at maximum brightness, with switched on wireless and with high performance profile.
In comparison, its battery life is approximately on level as the one of the Latitude Precision E, a Considering the hardware, the power consumption meets our expectations. The laptop requires a power of maximum Under low load it is a minimum of 9. Also the values in standby and turned off mode are satisfying. Lenovo successfully created and released an inexpensive, small notebook for business use , with decent application and graphics performance.
We especially liked the extensive communication facilities , which also include a broadband modem. Because of its matte, reasonably bright screen you can even take care of business communication on the move, at least as long as the sun does not fall directly onto the screen. The battery life is alright for that. But a full working day away from a power socket is not possible.
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