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Review Acer TravelMate P633-M-32374G50ikk Notebook

Stephan Schünke (translated by Markus Döpfert), 06/29/2013

For future engineers. 400 Euros (~$515) for an office notebook sounds very appealing. Compact measurements combined with a mid-range processor of Intel's second generation should help the thesis to be successful. The price is low, the display mediocre and the performance seems to be sufficient for numerous applications. A bargain for the student without deep pockets?

For the original German review, see here.

The TravelMate series is part of Acer's business line-up. The Acer TravelMate P633-M-32374G50ikk is part of the compact notebook range. With a market presence of one year, the notebook is already is an aged predecessor of the current models. Nevertheless it tries to convince with an attractive price-performance ratio. The Intel Core i3-2370M processor with 2x 2.4 GHz is fast enough for office applications and simple programs. The remaining information of a 500 GB hard drive, 4 GB RAM, Bluetooth and USB 3.0 sounds like a solid basic configuration.

Still, after one year the price of the Acer TravelMate dropped by about half. Starting at about 750 Euros (~$966), the P633-M currently costs 399 Euros (~$513) thus belonging to the entry-level range. The reasons are quickly found after a glance at the hardware and display.

Case

Aluminum-magnesium alloy is the magic phrase for the TravelMate. The material lets the case appear rigid and robust but is therefore lacking in elegance. The use of this metal makes the TravelMate a light and sturdy companion. The processing profits from it as well. It would not have hurt, though, if Acer had made the clearances more precisely. Imprecise clearances are visible around the display and at the front of the case. Our test device had an additional flaw at the upper right corner of the display. The back cover of the display came off. It was unascertainable if this is a well-known problem or damage in transit.

To improve the rather boring, black overall impression a little, the manufacturer prettied up the display lid. The top received a brushed aluminum look which seems timeless and appealing. The weight of 1.7 kilos is also very common for the wide spectrum of business devices. Concerning size, the laptop could almost, but only almost, be seen as midget in comparison to the competition. At a height of 2.48 cm the Acer TravelMate cuts a slim figure but stays considerably above the measurements of ultrabooks. It merely overtrumps its opponents in width and height with measurements of 32.5 cm x 24.2 cm.

The coherence of the substantial chassis is even further improved by the sturdy hinges. They are tightly mounted on the case and have an enormous resisting power. The display constantly stays in the desired position and even grips at the largest angle.

The manufacturer complemented the TravelMate with a big, plastic maintenance cover for fast and easy maintenance. Five screws connect the cover securely with the case. The RAM and HDD slots are easily accessible after removing the cover. A 3G module upgrade is not available which might irritate frequent travelers. Additionally, the Acer TravelMate comes with an interface for mSATA SSDs.

The DockingPort is situated directly underneath the cover. Acer fitted it with a rubber cover to protect the port from dirt and dust. The docking station can be ordered directly from Acer. The current market price of the Acer ProDock LC.DCK0A.010 lies at 140 Euros (~$180). It offers four additional USB 3.0 ports as well as DisplayPort, DVI, VGA and HDMI ports.

Sturdy, black aluminum-magnesium case
Sturdy, black aluminum-magnesium case
Rubber feet provide the needed grip
Rubber feet provide the needed grip
The notebook can be opened extremely widely
The notebook can be opened extremely widely

Connectivity

Wie wir testen - Ausstattung

The interfaces of our test device are only standard. HDMI and VGA ports provide a smooth connection with a video projector or television. Peripheral devices are simply connected to one of the three available USB 3.0 ports. Those who still own an external hard drive with eSATA port will be delighted about an additional port in the TravelMate.

Despite the sufficient measurements, our test device is missing a DVD drive or burner, which cannot be installed subsequently.

Our sample also holds interfaces for memory and expansion cards in store. In addition to SD or memory cards, it can also be retrofitted with a ExpressCard 34. The latter is perfectly suitable for extending connecting possibilities, hence making it very easy to retrofit USB ports, SATA interfaces or a UMTS module.

USB 3.0, eSATA and HDMI are located on the right side
USB 3.0, eSATA and HDMI are located on the right side
Two more USB 3.0 ports were positioned on the left side
Two more USB 3.0 ports were positioned on the left side
Back: No connectivity
Back: No connectivity

Communication

While WLAN is nowadays standard even for low-cost models, Bluetooth is still uncommon for the older devices. The tested Acer TravelMate comes with the 4.0 version of this fast and wireless connection. It is advisable to use the option of the Ethernet ports in addition to the WLAN signal source for bigger distances. The test revealed that full reception could not be maintained at 5 meters distance. The signal was weak and the bandwidth decreased to 50-100 KB/s. The WLAN reception also broke down intermittently.

Security

The TravelMate includes a fingerprint reader between the touchpad keys. The necessary software is shipped with the device. Additionally, Acer encloses backup software.

Simple and fast backups...
Simple and fast backups...
...of personal documents, music, or pictures.
...of personal documents, music, or pictures.
Protection of the notebook via fingerprint reader
Protection of the notebook via fingerprint reader
Protection from damage due to falls or hard drive failure
Protection from damage due to falls or hard drive failure
The recovery management simplifies resetting the notebook.
The recovery management simplifies resetting the notebook.

Accessories

Even though the weight of the cardboard box promises a lot of accessories, a look inside proves otherwise and is rather disillusioning. The cleaning wipe for the display is the only interesting feature that is enclosed with the test device. A short manual and the essential charging cable are mandatory and cannot be counted as accessories. A drivers or installation CD for the operating system is missing completely. All necessary drivers for Windows 7 are available on the homepage of the manufacturer. In addition, Acer offers an upgrade to the current operating system from Microsoft. To do so you need to purchase the upgrade version from Microsoft. The Acer Upgrade Assistant helps to quickly update the TravelMate to the current Windows 8. The necessary drivers are also available on the Acer homepage.

Warranty

A couple of manufacturers hold back on the warranty, but not Acer, which is trying to accommodate customers. A 2 year warranty is included. The pick-up & return feature is particularly advantageous because it picks up the device at your home and is either replaced by a new model or repaired and sent back. Furthermore the manufacturer kept frequent travelers in mind by offering various additional warranties for visits abroad. The smallest version is the 3 year option along with one year of travel insurance for 79 Euros (~$101). For a surcharge of 20 Euros (~$25), the manufacturer offers a kind of all-round carefree package. 3 years of carry-in service, 3 years of accident insurance and additionally 3 years of travel insurance.

Input Devices

Wie wir testen - Eingabegeräte

Keyboard

The assembly and design of each individual key of our test device convinces and creates an overall good first impression. The key size suits both small and big hands and is also appealing for slow typists. But where there is light, there is also shadow! Unfortunately Acer failed to consistently continue this layout for all aspects of the keyboard. The key stroke is spongy and without any noticeable feedback. On top of that the distance of the stroke is comparatively long. Unnoticed typing becomes quite a challenge during a lecture because the keys make a clearly audible sound. The biggest flaw is that the keyboard bends after every stroke. Additionally, the keys are not in linear order and tilt when typing.

Touchpad

The Acer TravelMate likes it soft and proves that with a slightly sticky touchpad. During midsummer temperatures the touchpad cannot be touched too hard, otherwise the precision decreases. Multi-touch gestures are also better understood by other models. A 2-3 mm high border ensures that your fingers stay inside the keyboard area.

The according buttons are as different as day and night. The left button can only be touched smoothly on the right side. If the finger goes too far to the left, an audible clicking sound can be perceived. However, the right button is as soft as butter and reacts quickly. As for the keyboard, the touchpad is missing noticeable feedback.

Big, slightly sticky touchpad
Big, slightly sticky touchpad
Big keys with spongy stroke
Big keys with spongy stroke
Key allocation
Key allocation

Display

Wie wir testen - Display

The matte 13.3-inch display did not cover itself in glory during the test. The test sample's screen can only get up to a resolution of 1366x768 pixels. Acer does not provide higher resolutions for other equipment variants either. However, the resolution of the device is sufficient for the actual purpose.

The illumination of the display reveals another weak point of the TravelMate. With a maximum luminance of 184 cd/m² it positions itself in the cost-efficient consumer range. At the lower area of the screen the value drops even further by another 24 cd/m², settling at a very low value of 160 cd/m².

172
cd/m²
171
cd/m²
179
cd/m²
177
cd/m²
184
cd/m²
178
cd/m²
170
cd/m²
160
cd/m²
167
cd/m²
Distribution of brightness
Information
X-Rite i1Pro 2
Maximum: 184 cd/m²
Average: 173.1 cd/m²
Brightness Distribution: 87 %
Center on Battery: 183 cd/m²
Black: 0.35 cd/m²
Contrast: 526:1

Fortunately, the contrast is much more convincing than the luminance. At 523:1 the TravelMate P633-M exceeds comparable devices like the Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E330 (162:1). Colors appear vibrant, balanced and more pleasing than with other notebooks with a lower contrast ratio. Due to the cool color temperature of 7,414 K, white has a visible blue cast. Magenta and cyan are also slightly shifted to the blue area.

CalMAN Color Checker
CalMAN Color Checker
CalMAN grayscale
CalMAN grayscale
CalMAN saturation sweeps
CalMAN saturation sweeps

The low luminosity of the TravelMate is fatal for outdoor use. Despite the matte display, the screen's content is already very difficult to recognize in moderate daylight.

Image distortions are especially apparent at bigger vertical deviations from the ideal viewing angle. When looking at the display from above the image darkens strongly. At acute angles from below, though, the display gets very bright although it is sufficiently color-stable and better in comparison to the bigger TravelMate P643-MG. In exceptional cases it is possible to watch a movie with several people.

Viewing angles Acer Travelmate-P633-M

Performance

Wie wir testen - Leistung

Our test sample relies on the slightly aged Sandy Bridge architecture. The Intel Core i3-2370M belongs to the 2nd generation of the Intel processors. Its comfort zone lies in office applications. The centerpiece of the CPU is the two processor cores with a respective clock rate of 2.4 GHz. Via simultaneous multithreading the processor is able to activate two more logical units. As a result, the possible simultaneous computations increase from two to four. Unlike the bigger models with i5 and i7 chips, the smaller i3 variant does not have a turbo mode for automatic overclocking. The bigger equipment variants provide a little bit more performance. Acer also offers the P633-M with an i5-3210M Ivy Bridge processor. Other versions even rely on an SSD, more RAM and a bigger battery. Acer could even include UMTS in other models.

As for storage media the test device uses a slow 500 GB hard drive by Hitachi. The Travelstar 5K500 runs quietly at 5400 rpm yet sluggishly. Several simultaneous hits are particularly problematic for it.

Since the TravelMate 633-M is not designed as a gaming machine it does not get to enjoy a dedicated graphics unit. Therefore the integrated HD Graphics 3000 of the processor has to take on the task of video display. Thus less complex, older games can be played. However, the graphics quality should not be set too high.

Hard drive information
Graphics chip information
System information
System information Acer Travelmate P633-M-32374G50ikk

Processor

The built-in Intel Core i3-2370M can be considered the forerunner of the more current 3110M (Ivy Bridge). Both processors differ only slightly in terms of performance. Especially the power consumption and the improved graphics unit are the reasons for the Ivy Bridge chip to be in front.

The benchmark tests reveal that the missing turbo mode of the Intel Core i3-2370 is its undoing. In the multi-core benchmark from Cinebench 11.5 the Acer TravelMate P633-M manages to place itself in front of models with a 2310M processor. Its advantage over the Asus VivoBook S300CA with Intel's more current i3-3217U amounts to about 13%. Nevertheless the sample has to admit defeat to the competition in its own league. For example, the Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E330 NZS4RGE with the identical processor computes 13% faster.

Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit
3135
Cinebench R10 Rendering Multiple CPUs 32Bit
7057
Cinebench R10 Shading 32Bit
2802
Cinebench R10 Rendering Single CPUs 64Bit
3931 Points
Cinebench R10 Rendering Multiple CPUs 64Bit
8338 Points
Cinebench R10 Shading 64Bit
2848 Points
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Single 64Bit
0.88 Points
Cinebench R11.5 CPU Multi 64Bit
2.04 Points
Cinebench R11.5 OpenGL 64Bit
8.82 fps
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System Performance

We ascertained the system performance with PCMark 7 and Vantage. The investigation resulted in a score of 1,753 points for our test sample, therefore taking last place of systems with identical processors. The key elements of this low value are the graphics unit and the hard drive. The Windows performance index also identifies the graphics unit as a possible performance hindrance.

The older PCMark Vantage also places the Acer TravelMate P633-M at the lower end. The total system is faster than older models with Intel's 520UM processor and GeForce 310M. Still, the device cannot assert itself against the competition with the same processor. Even the Acer TravelMate P243-M from its own product family exceeds our test device by 15% in the benchmark.

The offered power of the sample easily suffices for office applications and web-browsing. Although the TravelMate takes a few seconds to open programs it eventually does what is asked. Nevertheless, you need to have patience when using more complex programs like Photoshop.

4.7
Windows 7 Experience Index
Processor
Calculations per second
6.8
Memory (RAM)
Memory operations per second
5.9
Graphics
Desktop performance for Windows Aero
4.7
Gaming graphics
3D business and gaming graphics
6.1
Primary hard disk
Disk data transfer rate
5.9
PC Mark
PCMark Vantage4180 points
PCMark 71753 points
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Storage Devices

The biggest flaw becomes especially apparent during everyday use: The Hitachi Travelstar 5K500 runs at a slow 5400 revolutions per minute and has a low read and write rate. Particularly the slow access time of the Travelstar P633-M leaves a lot to be desired. The continuous operation quickly reveals how slowly programs and applications start. Even Internet Explorer takes a few seconds until it finally decides to open a window. This can be solved with an SSD which can be easily retrofitted. For that reason the Acer TravelMate offers an internal mSATA port.

Hitachi Travelstar 5K500 HTS545050KTA300
Transfer Rate Minimum: 50.4 MB/s
Transfer Rate Maximum: 103.9 MB/s
Transfer Rate Average: 81.9 MB/s
Access Time: 22.1 ms
Burst Rate: 154.4 MB/s
CPU Usage: 1 %

Graphics Card

The internal graphics unit of the Sandy Bridge processors mainly serves the image display. The HD 3000 also uses the main memory to deal with its chores, therefore depriving the system of important resources. Games or complex work should be avoided with this graphics unit. The test system scores 3,620 points in 3DMark06, thus being a hefty 40% behind the HP ProBook 4340s H4R47EA with Intel's i3-3120 and HD 4000 graphics unit.

3D Mark
3DMark 06
 1280x1024
3620 points
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Gaming Performance

Our test device was definitely not designed for playing games but for work. The internal Intel HD 3000 manages to display current games like Diablo 3 at the lowest settings somewhat smoothly. Highly complex games are unlikely to work. While Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim can be started, it does not run smoothly, even at the lowest settings. Higher resolutions are just as impossible as anti aliasing or high texture resolution. Even the quite frugal CS:GO starts struggling with high settings.

low med.high ultra
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011) 22.510.5fps
Diablo III (2012) 25.618.712.9fps
Counter-Strike: GO (2012) 50.433.413.6fps

Emissions

Wie wir testen - Emissionen

System Noise

A loud notebook can really get on your nerves when sitting in a lecture hall or a conference. The Acer TravelMate P633-M is never noiseless and has an audible volume level. During idle the fan murmurs with 32.5 dB at low speed. The cooling is at no time turned off.

Under load the test device is, at 40.6 dB, clearly audible but not noticeably disruptive. The TravelMate is by no means a quiet machine but also no bawler.

Noise Level

Idle 31.4 / 32.5 / 32.5 dB(A)
HDD 31.7 dB(A)
Load 34.8 / 40.6 dB(A)
 
    30 dB
silent
40 dB
audible
50 dB
loud
 
min: , med: , max:    Voltcraft sl-320 (15 cm distance)

Temperature

The temperature is acceptable during office and idle operation. The work surface mostly stays at 30 °C. Only the bottom right corner was, with 33 °C, a little bit warmer than the rest of the surface. The difference in temperature is not unpleasant when working yet palpable. The temperatures at the bottom of the notebook paint the same picture. However, this time it is the upper middle that warms up more than the rest.

The temperature development of the Acer TravelMate is under load is not critical at the top yet noticeable. The stress test caused the palm rest to heat up noticeably to 40 °C. The bottom of the chassis is a little bit different though. In an extreme case it can reach uncomfortable temperatures of about 50 °C.

Max. Load
 38.8 °C39.2 °C33.2 °C 
 38.2 °C39.4 °C33.1 °C 
 34.3 °C40.3 °C34.0 °C 
Maximum: 40.3 °C
Average: 36.7 °C
41.6 °C43 °C29 °C
36.1 °C50.3 °C31 °C
37.6 °C37 °C30.2 °C
Maximum: 50.3 °C
Average: 37.3 °C
Power Supply (max.)  54.1 °C | Room Temperature 24.0 °C | Voltcraft IR-360

Speakers

We were glad to see that the speakers are not mono speakers, unlike those of the Acer TravelMate P643-MG. The manufacturer equips the 633-M with stereo speakers which do not sound much better than the mono counterpart of the big brother though. What a pity! The left speaker produces significantly more sound pressure than the right one and is practically rattling. Low, mid and clear high tones are missing. Those who would like to watch movies or listen to music should switch to external sound sources.

Energy Management

Wie wir testen - Akkulaufzeit

Power Consumption

The test device has similar power consumption to the P643-MG from the same company despite the missing graphics card and the weaker processor. 10.6 watts is almost identical to the 11 watts of its big brother. The gap between the two models under load is a little bit bigger. The test device's 51.5 watts is moderately lower than 60.8 watts.

Power Consumption

Off / Standby 0.1 / 0.3 Watt
Idle 7.7 / 9.7 / 10.6 Watt
Load 42.1 / 51.5 Watt
 
Key: min: , med: , max:         Voltcraft VC 960

Battery Life

Due to the 4-cell battery, which relies on merely 44 Wh, the Acer TravelMate quickly runs out of breath in our test. The processor is no miracle of energy-efficiency like modern ultra mobile processors. Therefore the test device only lasts a maximum of 79 minutes under load. During WLAN and office operations it lasts at least 235 minutes, not much but it should suffice for one lecture or a short train journey. During idle and with minimum brightness as well as deactivated WLAN module the notebook lasts a poor 374 minutes. Its bigger brother, the Acer TravelMate P643-MG-53214G75Mikk, runs much longer owing to its bigger battery.

Battery Runtime
Idle (without WLAN, min brightness)
6h 14min
WiFi Surfing
3h 55min
DVD
3h 32min
Load (maximum brightness)
1h 19min

Verdict

Wie wir testen - Fazit

Economical work tool
Economical work tool

Even before the actual test some issues smelled fishy. A business notebook that dropped from 750 Euros (~$966) to 400 Euros (~$515) within a year? There has to be a catch.

Granted, the magnesium case gives the Acer TravelMate P633-M a valuable impression. The chassis is rigid, solid and sturdy. Acer prettied up the top of the display with a brushed aluminum design, thus giving a fresh overall impression to a TravelMate that seems kind of chunky.

But apart from the case it shows some deficits, which Acer has already solved much better for other models. The display is of ridiculously low luminosity. Although the colors seem acceptably good, the brightness cannot convince us at all. It is especially difficult to recognize a white background for what it is.

Unfortunately, the display is not the only flaw of the TravelMate P633-M. The keyboard is another one and further lowers the overall impression. The spongy keystroke and the cracking mouse buttons were not convincing. Just like the slightly sticky touchpad which is not for everyone. Additionally, we would have liked a bigger battery for our test device.

On top of that, the overall performance of the test device remains far behind our expectations. In comparison to the similarly equipped Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E330 NZS4RGE, the Acer equivalent clearly has to admit defeat. The P633-M is unable to hold a candle to the direct competitor from Lenovo. But there is one essential aspect in which both devices differ - the price! This is where the Acer TravelMate P633-M can shine and is able to overtake its adversary in the quality/price comparison.

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Specifications

Acer Travelmate P633-M-32374G50ikk

:: Processor
:: Mainboard
Intel HM77 (Panther Point)
:: Memory
4096 MB, 1600MHz DDR3
:: Graphics adapter
Intel HD Graphics 3000 - Shared MB, Core: 650/1150 MHz, Memory: 650 MHz, no
:: Display
13.3 inch 16:9, 1366x768 pixel, LCD LED, glossy: no
:: Harddisk
Hitachi Travelstar 5K500 HTS545050KTA300, 500 GB 5400 rpm 5400RPM
:: Soundcard
Intel Panther Point PCH - High Definition Audio Controller
:: Connections
1 Express Card 34mm, 3 USB 3.0, 1 VGA, 1 HDMI, 1 Kensington Lock, 1 eSata, 1 Docking Station Port, Audio Connections: 1x 3,5mm, Card Reader: Memory StickMultiMediaCard (MMC) Memory Card Secure Digital (SD) Memory Card xD-Picture CardMemory Stick PRO, 1 Fingerprint Reader,
:: Networking
Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000MBit), Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 (a b g n ), 4.0+HS Bluetooth
:: Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 25 x 325 x 235
:: Weight
1.7 kg Power Supply: 0.395 kg
:: Battery
44 Wh Lithium-Ion, 4-cells
:: Price
400 Euro
:: Operating System
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
:: Additional features
Webcam: 1280x720, Speakers: 2, Keyboard Light: no, Acer BackUp Manager, Acer Recovery Management, Acer ePower Management, CalMAN 5 Home Theater, Corel WinDVD, McAfee Internet Security, Microsoft Office 2010, Norton OnlineBackup, 24 Months Warranty

 

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The battery is small and light...
The battery is small and light...
and with 44 Wh also very weak
and with 44 Wh also very weak
The touchpad is of sufficient size
The touchpad is of sufficient size
The keys can also be operated with big hands.
The keys can also be operated with big hands.
Status LEDs provide the overview
Status LEDs provide the overview
The keystroke is spongy
The keystroke is spongy
The case is very solid
The case is very solid
The backside has no ports
The backside has no ports
The display isn't convincing due to its low luminosity
The display isn't convincing due to its low luminosity
The height of 2.48 cm is very small for this range
The height of 2.48 cm is very small for this range
Enough ports for peripheral devices
Enough ports for peripheral devices
The network interface should be used for big distances to the WLAN router.
The network interface should be used for big distances to the WLAN router.
The rubber feet keep the notebook tightly on the desk
The rubber feet keep the notebook tightly on the desk
The maintenance cover is sufficiently sized for an upgrade
The maintenance cover is sufficiently sized for an upgrade
The second RAM slot is available for a memory upgrade
The second RAM slot is available for a memory upgrade
An mSATA SSD can be retrofitted in addition to the hard drive
An mSATA SSD can be retrofitted in addition to the hard drive
The inclination angle is opulent making the Acer a good companion on trains and in parks.
The inclination angle is opulent making the Acer a good companion on trains and in parks.
The alignment of the keys is good and neat
The alignment of the keys is good and neat
Shortcuts speed up the operation of the notebook
Shortcuts speed up the operation of the notebook
Expansion cards can be retrofitted in the ExpressCard 34 slot
Expansion cards can be retrofitted in the ExpressCard 34 slot
The fan runs continuously during operation
The fan runs continuously during operation

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Pro

+compact, sturdy magnesium case
+excellent display hinges
+Docking Port
+3x USB 3.0
+good power consumption
+low price
 

Cons

-low display brightness
-tinny loud speakers
-slow hard-drive
-out-of-date hardware
-creaking mouse buttons
-spongy keyboard
-low battery runtimes

Shortcut

What we like

The Acer TravelMate P633 is an economical work tool for students and small businesses.

What we'd like to see

A bigger battery would increase the final score by a few points.

The Competition

Dell Latitude 3330, HP ProBook 4340s H4R47EA, Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E330.

Rating

Acer Travelmate P633-M-32374G50ikk
06/27/2013 v3
Stephan Schünke

Chassis
82%
Keyboard
70%
Pointing Device
78%
Connectivity
75%
Weight
90%
Battery
83%
Display
75%
Games Performance
61%
Application Performance
85%
Temperature
76%
Noise
88%
Add Points
70%
Average
78%
78%
Office *
Weighted Average

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Author: Stephan Schünke, 2013-06-29 (Update: 2013-07- 5)