ASUS EEE PC 1001PQ NETBOOK ELANTECH TOUCHPAD DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASUS EEE PC 1001PQ NETBOOK ELANTECH TOUCHPAD DRIVER
You can get past this with scaling or screen scrolling, but it is just a downside to the limited screen size in general. Keyboard and Touchpad The keyboard is comfortable to type on, but more cramped than one found on a full-size notebook.
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Key action is smooth with just a little pressure required to trigger a key. Key wiggle is minimal, meaning the keys stay planted in one place even if you move your fingers side to side on the key pads. The touchpad is an Elantech model which presented a few quirks in the Windows XP environment.
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The cursor movement had a bit of lag between the time when your finger moved on the touchpad surface and the cursor started to move on the screen. Another problem that got old very quick is the multitouch surface incorrectly sensing pressure from my palm and fingertip at Asus Eee PC 1001PQ Netbook Elantech TouchPad same time, causing multitouch features to activate. While good in theory, the notebook lagged when scrolling or zooming webpages in IE, so each time one of these features activated the notebook would freeze until it completed its motion.
Performance and Benchmarks System performance overall was great. Applications opened without lag and behaved as if they were running on a full-size computer. Boot and shutdown times were very good, letting you break out the netbook and quickly have it up and running when you need to do something.
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Gaming is out of the question on these small notebooks unless you heavily tweak the game, operating at the lowest resolutions and lowest settings. Feedback was minimal with a very shallow click when pressed. Performance System performance was great for average use which includes browsing the web, typing up a document, or doing light work inside a photo editor such as GIMP.
In some benchmarks we actually saw results that decreased, especially with the newer Seagate The Intel N processor does support a newer GN40 chipset, but it does not appear to be included with this netbook. All of our testing software points to the standard Intel chipset found in other Atom netbooks. Ports and Features Port selection is average compared to most netbooks, but less than what some new netbooks offer. A SDHC 4-in-1 multi-card reader located on the side handles flash cards from digital cameras or storage expansion.
At peak volume the HE can fill up a smaller room with music to share with a couple of friends, but you might be fighting against background noise in a public setting. Headphones are a great option for private listening or if you want volume levels high enough to hurt your ears.
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Heat and Noise Heat buildup and noise from the cooling system was minimal during battery powered use, as the system scales back the processor which then puts off less heat. Throughout the majority of our battery test the fans never turned on and the keyboard area never broke the 90F mark. While on AC power using high performance or super performance modes the system does warm up quite a bit, leaving the fans running constantly at a low speed. Below are images showing the external temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit: Battery The HE has a battery Asus Eee PC 1001PQ Netbook Elantech TouchPad is substantially larger than the one found in the old HA that gave only 4 hours and 28 minutes in our testing.
To move up towards the claim of nine and a half hours ASUS bumped the capacity from 49Wh to 63Wh and tweaked the power management software so the processor Asus Eee PC 1001PQ Netbook Elantech TouchPad even less juice. Both of these changes led to some very impressive real world results.
This is the longest netbook battery life result we have seen from a stock configuration. If you are going for longest possible time, you can shut off the wireless cards, put it into power saving mode, and lower the brightness all the way and it gets an estimated 9 hours and 20 minutes of battery life. The keyboard is Asus Eee PC 1001PQ Netbook Elantech TouchPad comfortable to type on over the old style and the improved spacing helps to reduce typing errors. The design has few changes, with some areas gaining glossy paint over a matte finish before, but the average user might not tell the difference unless both were sitting next to each other. The newer Intel Atom processor with a faster clock speed and faster bus speed had little improvement in our benchmarks over its predecessor and HD content is still unfeasible unless you are playing low bitrate videos.
The battery life also improved by a wide margin, moving past seven hours under normal use, which is the greatest out of any netbook we have reviewed.
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