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Compaq offers full-fledged laptop at comfortable price point

Written by IT News on 3:33 AM

One of the key points of these small, low power computer system is, we all called netbooks as they come at a low price point of under 400 dollars, while end-users with a basic computer use in an ultra portable form factor. But technical progress, the fine line between netbooks and notebooks are increasingly full thinner, as new laptops come with prices in the range of netbook

category. Thus, the Pavilion, a subsidiary of HP, just a new laptop, to give customers a choice for a cheap, ugly real laptop.

As expected, an affordable, full-featured laptop with internal hardware can provide a basic computer skills. With this in mind, unpacks CQ61 one 15.6-inch screen and is powered by a low-power Intel Pentium M100 processor, clocked at a default of 2GHz. In the graphics department, will the laptop with ATI Radeon 4200 graphics chip, with 2 GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive is above the basic computer use can be expected of the new Compaq machine to offer.

Designed as an alternative for users on a strict budget who also want to take advantage of the features made possible by the 15.6-inch laptop for CQ61 is equipped with Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system. There is also a 6-cell battery, but the PC seller has no details about the laptop is expected to notify the runtime.

All the above will be available sometime after the release of Windows 7, for a price tag of only U.S. $ 399. It is much the same spirit as most netbooks currently on the market. In addition, for those not looking for a laptop, your computer vendor also offers a GQ4010 smart desktop that is equipped with a more affordable U.S. $ 310 price.

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