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Thursday, June 22, 2017

 

Tech Review:

Averatec AV5500-EA1 15" Notebook PC


 
Averatec AV5500-EA1 Notebook PCThe Averatec AV5500-EA1 15" Notebook PC is an excellent value in terms of price and performance.

A powerful AMD Sempron 2600+ Mobile Processor, 256 MB RAM, 40 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Drive and bright, super-clear 15" XGA display make working on the road easy and enjoyable.

The handy built-in multi-format memory card reader and DVD/CD-RW combo drive ensures that you'll be able to use your multi-media applications wherever you happen to be. It even features a TV out connection so you can watch DVD's on your TV!

This attractive notebook computer provides all the power and functionality of a desktop but the size and weight of a notebook PC.

Product Specs:

  • 1.83 GHz AMD Sempron 2600+ Processor
  • 256 MB DDR SDRAM (expandable to 1 GB) 
  • Windows XP Home Edition 
  • 40 GB Hard Drive 
  • 40x (read), 16x (write), 10x (rewrite) CD-RW & 
    8x DVD-ROM Combo Drive
  • 4-in-1 Media Card Reader (supports MMC, SD, 
    MS, MS Pro)
  • 15" TFT Active Matrix XGA Display 
  • SiS Integrated Ultra256 video/graphics card 
    (64 MB shared video RAM)
  • 1 PC Card Slot 
  • 1 FireWire Port 
  • 1 S-Video Out Port 
  • 56 Kbps Dial-Up Modem 
  • 10-/100-Mbps Ethernet Port 
  • 802.11G Wireless Port 
The Averatec AV5500-EA1 15" Notebook PC is perfect for use at home or while you're traveling. It could even easily replace your existing home PC.
 


 

 
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