In top 5 netbooks 2010 we will talk about what you should look for in a netbook, show you our top 5 netbooks of 2010 list and review our number one choice.
Whether you call them netbooks or mini-laptop computers these low cost, small and low-power systems are the foremost portable computer gadgets for sale. I recommend that you get one with the following minimum features: 1GB of RAM, an Intel Atom N450 CPU, a 160GB or larger hard disk and Windows 7 Starter OS. The optimum way to connect a netbook to the internet is with a bluetooth smart phone. If you do that you will be able to go on the internet anyplace. Netbook technology is moderately fast moving, for the best results I recommend purchasing a netbook that’s less than one year old.
Top five netbooks 2010:
1. ASUS Eee 1005PE
2. Samsung N220
3. Toshiba Mini 300 Series NB305-N310
4. Dell Inspiron iM1012-687OBK Mini
5. Acer AO532h-2326 netbook
ASUS Eee 1005PE review
- 1 GB of RAM memory which is upgradable to 2 GB.
- 250 GB disk with 500 GB online storage. This is a ample hard drive for a netbook 160 GB is normal in a recent netbook. They also give you a 500 GB online storage account. The online storage is great for backing up your files.
- CPU: Intel Atom N450 processor, 1.66 GHz - This is the newest and foremost Intel chip specifically developed for low energy utilizing netbooks.
- Weight: 2.8 LBS - The weight of netbooks is usually between 2 and 5 LBS so this is a reasonably light netbook.
- Size: 10.3 x 7.0 x 1.4 inches - The height and width is fairly standard for a netbook. The thickness (1.4 inches) is very flat and stunning when you consider how much technology has been went into this netbook.
- OS: Windows 7 Starter
- Battery Life: 14 hours - That means you can use it all day without having to recharge it. The common time is around 5 hours which is much lower.
- Keyboard size: 92 percent of standard laptop computer. This is a fairly large keyboard for a netbook. It won’t matter to all users, but if you have larger digits you need a larger keyboard.
If you have been observing netbooks over the last couple of years the ASUS’s status as number one netbook won’t come as a surprise. ASUS has practically invented the netbook and had a netbook in the top five since the start. They have protected their position by having a cheap mini laptop, but not the cheapest, while staying slightly ahead of the competition technology wise.