Wojciech Puchar escribió:
Yes, but buying anything is always about compromises. Recent HDD models
are pretty good and I don't need the most hi-end model with an extreme
battery life, just a reasonable uptime with HDD. I think I'll go for the
Acer Aspire ONE. I haven't got comments from these lists about that
model in particular but I googled a bit and it seems mostly everything
works with it.
I'm about to buy a netbook, which:
- is compatible with FreeBSD (wifi is especially important)
- has a good battery life (at least 4 hours)
- has a normal HDD not an SSD
point 2 and 3 is somehow incompatible - HDD takes more power. anyway
in order of few watts, compared to CPUs taking 20-50W, excluding those
really "mobile". so >4 hours on battery&HDD seems possible.
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