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Minggu, 03 Juli 2011

Everex CloudBook CE1200V

Everex CloudBook CE1200V

At first glance, the Everex CloudBook CE1200V $ 399 looks like it could go hand in hand with the PC of similar size (and price) Asus Eee. However, a closer look reveals several deficiencies, including poorly placed a touch screen, wireless performance inconsistent, and unfortunately the long boot times. Everex promises that this system will improve over the coming updates, but for now I pass.
Everex CloudBook Design

It weighs only 2 kg and measuring 9.1 x 6.7 x 1.1 inches, the CloudBook is a simple-looking, matte black casing with the Everex logo. Under a robust double hinge lid is a relatively bright, 7-inch, 800 x 480 pixel resolution widescreen display with an integrated webcam on the right side of the screen. The color quality was quite good in the small panel, and the images looked sharp.

The two small speakers mounted on the keyboard were expected to cover cash, but surprisingly strong. As is the case with any laptop on a small scale, the mini keyboard takes some getting used, but is sensitive and strong. The touch panel of only 0.8 x 0.6 inches rather small, is located on the keyboard to the right, and its buttons are left, making it impossible to use without moving your hands off the keyboard, Design uncomfortable at best. A switch on / off Wi-Fi and a button is illuminated by light amber background, as well as drive activity and Caps lock indicators.

The CloudBook also features a 4-in-1 card slot, two USB ports, a 10/100 Ethernet connection and two audio connectors, all of which are lateral. We love that the CloudBook has a DVI port to connect an external display, but must first turn the laptop connect.