Thursday: HP Mini 210-3060NR Netbook vs Toshiba NB505
Today two netbooks are going to go head to head for your pleasure. After the bought is over you can see which netbook has the right stuff to make it worthy of a space inside your home, backpack or your life in general.
Let's meet our first contender: The HP Mini 210-3060NR
This system is sporting an Intel® Atom N455 Processor, which is reliable and shows up in a number of netbook models. It has 250GB of hard drive, and a
10.1" display with a resolution of 1024 x 600. The operating system is Windows® 7 Starter (32-bit). It weighs roughly three pounds.
Now, our second combatant: The Toshiba NB505-N508BN
This system is also sporting the Intel Atom N455 processor and 250GB of memory. It has a 10.1display with a resolution of 1024 x 600. The operating system is also Windows 7 Starter 32-bit. The system has a measured battery life of 8 hours, 21 minutes. This system also weighs about three pounds.
You can probably see the issue here already, can't you? These systems are so similar that they probably could have been made in the same factory, on the same day. The only real difference is the name on (and color of) the case. So, how do you decide when they are both equally matched?
That one is easy. You go with the price point. Our second contender is about $30 cheaper than the first one. Save your $30 for a nice meal out and buy number two. The bottom line is that both of these netbooks are a good choice for professionals and students who aren't too in love with their HD media to see straight and choosing the less expensive one makes the best sense in this case.
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