Summary: The $799 ASUS N10J-A2 is a premium netbook that stands out from the competition for its very good graphics performance, large 320GB hard drive, and speedy Express Gate OS. For business users, we recommend the HP Mini 2140 ($529) over this netbook because of its much longer battery life and superior keyboard. Also, the $399 Eee PC 1000HE, which lasts over 7 hours on a charge, offers better bang for your buck.
Pros: Sleek design, Powerful graphics performance, Big hard drive for a netbook, Instant-on OS boots quickly, Smart facial-recognition software,
Cons: Pricey, Relatively heavy, Mediocre battery life, Must reboot to switch graphics cards,
Summary: ASUS pioneered the mini-notebook category with its Eee PC, and the N10Jc may just do the same for a new class of netbooks aimed at business users who demand more performance and security features—and who don’t have the budget for traditional ultraportables that start at $1,100. Those looking for a slimmer and sexier netbook will opt for the $699 Eee PC S101 or even the $549 HP Mini 1000, and the $499 Samsung NC10 offers much longer battery life.
Summary: This uses the same processor as other Netbook s, it does have decent graphics a good sized hard disc and 2GB or RAM however I am not convinced that it has enough punch to run the memory hungry Vista especially with the Norton software supplied.
Asus N10 (Intel Atom N270 Processor 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM)
12 December 2008
Summary: It may look like your standard netbook, but the Asus N10 is unique because underneath it features discrete, switchable graphics. You'll pay a bit more for the privilege, but the end result works for moderate gaming-on-the-go, as long as you don't mind dialling down your game settings.
Pros: Switchable dedicated/integrated graphics chips, Decent keyboard, Excellent battery life, especially with GeForce graphics turned off, HDMI port and ExpressCard slot are useful bonuses
Cons: Low screen resolution won't appeal to all gamers, Underpowered Intel Atom CPU is far from ideal for graphics-heavy applications, and cripples gaming performance, High price
Conclusion: Das Asus N10J-HV024E ist weder Fisch noch Fleisch. Für ein Netbook ist es zu groß, schwer und teuer. Die mächtige Ausstattung inklusive separatem Grafikchip ist zwar gut gemeint, macht allerdings in Verbindung mit der leistungsarmen Atom-Plattform nicht wirklich Sinn.
Pros: Extrem große Ausstattung, Echter 3D-Grafikkern, Sehr gutes Display