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The main "guinea pig" we elected Acer Aspire One A150-Bw. Capabilities of the model in general is typical for a netbook, and based on the combination of hardware and software components as the processor Intel Atom N270 1,6 GHz, 1 GB memory, integrated graphics and operating system Windows XP Home Edition 2002 SP3. All this together makes it possible to use the device not only for working with documents and Web browsing, but also to demonstrate the video, as well as for many other daily, but not too resource-intensive tasks. Connect the monitor So first performance was measured using a test tool 3DMark03, so to speak, in its pure form, without an external monitor. The results were quite expected and did not bring any surprises.

We then hooked up to Acer Aspire One is one of the office 17 "monitors with a resolution matrix of 1280 1024 pixels and again drove the now tandem devices with the above-mentioned software. The figures that we ended up with almost no different from the original. And even when the netbook was in turn connected to a 22-inch monitor with 1680 1050 pixels wide and representative NEC family with screen sizes 21.5 ", resolution of which was the matrix of 1920 1080 pixels, the measurement results did not change significantly. Such an outcome could be predicted before the test, however, that finally dot the i, pass by this stage of the program, we could not. Benchmarking The next item on the agenda was to study the "behavior" mini-notebook in situations where it from required performance of multiple tasks simultaneously.


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