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BenQ nScreen - $899 oz bux

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It can't be that hard to get a decent design into a working retail product can it???

 

Now we're getting it there with the 'extended' netbook idea.

And about time too...

 

Very nice and I want one...to start with....

Please Mr BenQ.

:-)

 

Go here for the BenQ advertisement.

Very humorous it is too, in an off beat way.

;-p

http://www.benq.com/microsites/lookingreat/BenQ_nScreen.htm

 

Gizmodo oz,

http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2009/05/benq_nsc...your_nanna.html

 

cnet oz,

http://www.cnet.com.au/benq-nscreen-i91-339296442.htm

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Yeah, similar things discussed here from Asus and MSI.

 

Not that impressed so far.

 

*EDIT* Hmm, didn't notice that Sempron 210U CPU. Need... find... benchmarks...

 

*EDIT2* PCMark seems to place it above the Atom 330, but only just. Hmm. Better, but not great and certainly not good enough for anything like HD video.

Edited by tantryl

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You didn't like the price of that Asus <Actually, nor did I, but hey.> .

 

Now this one's $400 cheaper.

And you're 'STILL' not impressed O_O

 

Yep! That's right it's...."FOUR HUNDRED DOLLARS CHEAPER", got a faster processor, looks better and probably tastes better too m8....

Unfortunately, no one has as yet created a benchie for the taste test, so we'll pass on that one ;-p

 

And the best you can do is compare the Sempie against a later cpu than what's in that Asus machine...

 

Tant, really m8!!!

:-)

 

 

edit,

Spukkin Fellin Erras

Edited by pekkahead

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OK... apparently "not that impressed" means "hate it's very existence".

 

It's about the same as the MSI one, just a different CPU/chipset. Slightly better performance, but not a big enough boost to make any practical difference with the tasks it's assigned.

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anyone know what the input on that nSCREEN is?

 

i konw the external PSU is 240v, but i need to konw what the input is, because dad wants it on his boat and needs 12v or close input.

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