comprehension Netbook Specifications

February 18, 2012 § Leave a comment

If you have been shopping for a netbook recently, you may be surprised that a lot of the specifications are remarkably similar between the different units. The great majority of netbooks have a 10 inch screen, come with 1 Gb of memory and 160 Gb of hard drive storage. They regularly come with Microsoft Windows Xp, and have a built-in Wifi card. They roughly never have a built-in Cd or Dvd drive, though you can add one on externally using Usb.

The presuppose for the uniformity of these specs is the constraints imposed by Intel and Microsoft. Intel provides the Atom chips that power most Netbooks. These are a less grand (though vigor saving) chip with a singular core that are found in most models of netbooks. Intel has in case,granted reduction Atom chips in exchange for Netbook manufacturers according to only use them in transported computers with 10.1 inch screens or less. Microsoft has a similar licensing arrangement: In order to get Windows Xp licenses affordably, a netbook must not have a screen bigger than 10 inches, most not have more than 1 Gb of Ram, and must not have a hard drive greater than 160 Gb in size.

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Since Intel and Microsoft are nearly the only choices for processors and operating systems, manufacturers are forced to agree to these guidelines. They enforce these guidelines in order to safe the profit margins of larger, more grand and more expensive laptop computers. The good news for computer buyers is that you can get nearby many of these restrictions. Typically you are stuck with the smaller screen, but you can upgrade to 2 Gb of Ram and a larger hard drive in most netbooks fairly actually and inexpensively.

comprehension Netbook Specifications

comprehension Netbook Specifications

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