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Posted by: nando4
« on: October 29, 2013, 17:35:17 »

The award for most powerful subnotebook goes to 12.5" HP 2570P. It's the only one that has a socketted CPU that can host a 35W/45W i7-quad CPU. It can also run 2x1TB 9.5mm  RAID-0/1/JBOD HDDs/SSDs. Those features making it a legitimate desktop replacement.  Has an expresscard slot too so can attach say a GTX760 eGPU. The 100Whr 9-cell battery can give all day battery life.

Most of these features not mentioned in the review. Wonder why??
Posted by: Gauthier
« on: September 25, 2013, 15:22:19 »

It would be used mainly for typing in class, so a long battery and mobility are a must.
Posted by: Gauthier
« on: September 25, 2013, 15:20:49 »

The Lenovo Edge E130  NZUAWMB with these specs: ThinkPad Edge E130, 3358 - Core i3 3227U / 1.9 GHz - Windows 7 Pro 64-bit - 4 GB RAM - 500 GB HDD - 11.6" wide 1366 x 768 / HD - Intel HD Graphics 4000 - keyboard: Belgium AZERTY,  is available for 645 euro in Belgium, with 3 year warranty added (otherwise it's 655 euro, see Lenovo Cashback action). would you consider it at that price, or would you opt for something different?

I can get the Samsung ATIV Book 5 NP530U3C-A09BE Azerty for 700 euro, but i don't like how it heats up so easily. However, in this scenario, would it be the better choice or not?
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: September 17, 2013, 16:26:37 »

Here you will find the current best subnotebooks reviewed by Notebookcheck in the last few months. Our list of top models is regularly updated, maintained and commented on and should assist in purchase decisions.

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