An inexpensive subnotebook is LG with the E200. However, for the low cost you can afford very little mobility. Specifically, the radius of action is likely to range from flat to a steady job.

Subnotebook giant with a lot of computing power

Even the dimensions are there just too bad: 30.4 x 3.9 x 22.4 inches plus good 2 kg. In addition, what else is on offer in terms of mobility?

LG E200

After all, the LG E200 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and an integrated optical drive – but no Firewire and no integrated modem. Three USB ports, a LAN port, an HDMI and a VGA output can be found. There are also the 34-mm Express Card Slot, 5-in-1 card reader and jacks for headphones and microphone.

Weak battery, good computing power

The battery fits into weak mobility picture: He keeps in normal operation with Office applications, two and a half hours, with energy-hungry applications can’s sometimes even be an hour and a quarter. That is enough not even for a weekend trip. The device is quite impressive specifications. Inside tinkers a family Intel Pentium Dual Core T2330 with 2x 1.6 GHz. The RAM is 2 GB, hard drive 160 GB in size. That is enough for fleet operations in the office area and a bit of multi-media in between.

Solid case, good keyboard

The housing cover is good overall, including it makes a stable impression. The integrated 1.3 megapixel webcam gives you sharp images. The keyboard is very good, prolific writers played their part in their joy. Among the major minus points unfortunately part of the 12.1-inch screen with a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels. Rather dark, low contrast and the speakers are not the best. It is good for students who only have a tight budget and work essentially at home and wearing it only once to the university or school.


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