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Ultimate connectively with Acer Travelmate 4600 series Laptop

Be it an email conversation, web surfing or a document creation, Acer Travelmate 4600 laptop has got the potential to get the person going. It weighs about 6.4 pounds and measures about 13.2 inches in width. The depth and thickness is 11.2 and 1.4 inches thick. When compared with the HP it weighs 6.5 pounds. Certainly, one would like to choose lesser load for better travel experience. That is the reason why for being lighter Acer has named it as Travelmate. Typing is so much comfortable with the Acer Travelmate 4600. It is designed in an ergonomically fashion to give a smooth experience. Unfortunately the multimedia features are not so effective in this model of Acer. There are three quick launch buttons for different applications and also there is a WiFi On/Off button for easy access. Compared to the old laptops, this new version is much quieter and faster. The only exception about this is that the DVD burner makes a lot of noise at times and one can listen to the sound of the internal fans at the bootup. It also passed the battery drain test by giving 4 hours of amazing battery life to the customers.

At the right side of the edge, there are 6-in-1 card reader, type II PC card slot, infrared port and all the major flash memory cards. USB 2.0, VGA, DVI, S-video, four pin Fire Wire and docking along with a Gigabit Ethernet jack plus are attached to the back edge of the device. Headphones, modem jacks, microphones, three USB 2.0 ports along with an integrated single layer DVD burner are included at the left side of the device.

Acer utilities include the power management, password management and other available basic settings. Other features include Cyber Link power DVD for disc playback and the NTI CD and DVD maker for burning the disk. As compared to the other models, this one would be very cost effective for the features it includes in the model.

The product comes with an average of one year warranty and it is through mails. It is disappointing to see that the Acer was not able to provide a round the clock phone support system. The support is from 8AM to 5PM CT in the weekends and 7AM to 9PM Central time on the weekdays. The support is not live so you would not get to talk to a real representative. Acer claims to return to the customer within an hour of the call but most of the time it doesn’t happen. It would be better if there is any other means of technical support, through chat or through any other means.

The suggested price for the Acer Travelmate in the market is $1,149 but it is found that most of the online resellers have increased the price to $1,200. With the combination of components and services it provides it sure is a fair deal with the Acer Travelmate even if it is not bought at the suggested price.

The Hurricane is here to sweep you off your feet: Learn about HP’s latest Notebook

Notebooks and tablet computers are an essential component of the computing world today. The need for people to access computers everywhere they go, has led to the invention of smaller and portable computers that can easily be moved from place to place. Notebook and Tablet computers are portable computer devices that are also efficient. They are light in weight and can be easily carried about. Some of them are so small they can even be held in the palm of the hand.

There has been increasing competition in the market for notebooks and tablet computers in recent years as more and more firms are coming up with new products. New firms are also getting into the computing market daily.

What is the Hype about?

The most recent entry into the notebook and tablets computer market has been announced by HP, a firm that has been producing computers for a long time. HP announced its intention to release its new Palm WebOS based slate. Codenamed “The Hurricane”, the device will be launched in Australia by the end of the year.  HP discarded its initial intentions for the Windows 7 based touch tablet slate PC in favor of the Hurricane. Analyst suggest that this move could be the result of HPs offer to buy Palm.  At the time, Palm had been working on a WebOS based tablet that could be a competitor to Apple’s iPad.

It could even be true that by the time The Hurricane is launched, another computing firm would have come out with another tablet computer solution. This is how things are working now. The use of tablets and notebooks has become very common because even the middle class is able to afford them.

Has a new trend already set in?

Tablets and notebooks may be common because of their portability. Students, business people, teachers and even parents find the use of these devices as they can move them around from place to place, unlike a desktop computer. They can carry with them their applications, documents, databases, movies and music wherever they go. These devices also have chargeable batteries that make them even more portable. They can be charged and used later, meaning that one does not always need electrical power to operate them.

Tablets and notebooks also take less storage space. Unlike a desktop that needs a dedicated table in an allotted space in a room, a tablet or notebook can be folded and stored in a handbag or even under a pillow.

Tablets and notebook computers also have features and facilities that are not found in desktops and other computers. Tablet computers come with inbuilt web cams, microphones, speakers and so on. They also come with higher computing power, faster processors, larger memories, larger hard disk storage, better screen resolutions and many more.

Compared to the features they have to offer, the Tablets and notebook computers come at a low cost. Users are now able to afford these new technological advancements as it is essential for their daily lives. Initially when the huge computers that can take up full rooms came, they were so expensive that, only large multinational companies could afford them. Now the cost has decreased and there is an increase in the features of all kinds of tablets and notebooks.

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