First lets look into typing. Ipad has a touchscreen keyboard (virtual) while netbook has an keyboard with buttons. Some people complain that netbook keyboards are cramped but some of them are preaty good. Personaly I prefer regular keyboard over touchscreen one. So for me when it comes to typing netbook wins. Also keep in mind that touchscreen keyboard takes away screen room that you could use for actuali seeing what you write.
The new Samsung NC10 netbook is a 10.2 “notebook powered by an Intel Atom N270 processor. It comes with 1024 MB of RAM and a 160 GB hard drive. The NC10 is considered one of the best netbook Samsung has ever produced. The overall design looks solid, elegant and neat. It also comes with 3 different colors to choose from, which is white, black and blue.
Another drawback of the Samsung NC10 netbook we realized that the battery is mounted from the base by an additional 5mm on the netbook depths. The total size of the battery measured at 260 x 170 x 30mm, and it weighed 1.3kg. So there is a noticeable problem with the balance of the netbook, like the back is heavier than the front.
two things you can do you can get a bigger battery for your netbook or get a spear one to be hand for you if you cant do that then ues the max battery option but cheack and if its what you want. you can customice when it truns off and such.It all depends how you’re using your laptop. Use the Portable/Laptop power plan and then just adjust the settings depending on how you’re gonna use it. Using a 3-cell battery won’t last long so you might have it to dim the display to minimize battery usage, as well as putting the computer to sleep when you’re not using it.Hope this helpsThe only thing those power schemes do is quickly set the amount of idle time before the system turns off the monitor and hard drive and when to put it to sleep. If you go through to select each one, you can see how it changes the settings. “Max Battery” will have the lowest settings of these predefined plan. But that may not be “best” for you. It turns off the monitor after 1 minute and goes on standby after 2 minutes. That can be really annoying and the constant on/off can actually use up more power.There are other things to do to conserve power. Turn off anything you are not using. Wifi, bluetooth, other resident programs, etc. They are just using up power even if you’re not using them but if they are turned on. So if you’re not using them, turn them off. Try lowering the display light. It probably doesn’t need to be on the brightest setting if you’re indoors. Also try defragging your hard drive regularly. More file fragmentation means your hard drive has to spin more to get the data which means using up more power.
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