We are a fan og the Google Chromebook here on Geezam.com but the biggest snagging point for us so far has been the price. $400+ for what many critics describe as a a”pseudo laptop” is too expensive especially with an abundance of tablets, Windows netbooks and even some laptops in that price range. Google seems to be […]
Consumers just love to discuss what is going to “kill” what, when the Laptop was released it was suppose to be the “Desktop killer” but Desktops are still going strong as they are the bread a butter of serious PC gamers, enthusiasts and professionals who are heavily involved in animation, video and even audio production. […]
Google is the undisputed king of search but over the last few years it has been spreading it’s tentacles out in an effort to diversity it’s portfolio and strategically position itself so that it is not too dependent on another company’s platform or service. Google’s tentacle spreading has been hit and miss with the likes Gmail […]
It has been a little over a year now since I have stepped in the mobile computing universe I have always been a strong desktop user and didn’t have or in some cases see the need for having a laptop not to mention thier prices which were not all that attractive to begin with, so the closest thing I had to mobile computing was my smartphone.
After purchasing my first mobile computing device my Samsung NC10 which I also wrote about on Geezam.com in a post titled Netbook Misconception – My NC10 Review. My old Samsung NC10 Netbook will be used as the device of reference when pointing out the advances that Netbooks have undergone. I was surprisingly pleased with its overall performance and reliability and how it made my work days so much easier so after a year odd of basking in the Netbook realm I decided to upgrade but not to a Laptop no not at all but to a better Netbook and now I have in my possession the “Asus Eee PC 1015PEM” which is the subject of this review. Read more about Evolution Of The Netbook – Asus Eee Pc 1015PEM Review …
I have been using desktops for a long time and I decided I wanted something with some mobility several items came to mind tablets, netbooks, laptops etc, but in the end I decided to get a netbook because it had the best of tablets and the laptop. One of my main reasons for avoiding the tablets was the touch technology I was thinking of the long run and the maintenance and or possible repair if needed and just the life/longevity of the touch interface led me to question it, in regards to the Laptops my main turn off was the massive size especially the types of Laptops that I was interested in and of course there was also the price factor so at the end of the day for features, durability and price I choose to get the Netbook.
Not for High End Software
Now I’m tired of reading and hearing people bashing Netbooks because it cannot run the latest graphics, video editing, video games and thus its garbage, it cannot run those because it was not built to run high end software, in no way was it designed to run your Photoshop CS4, Final Cut or Modern Warfare 2. Did you even check the specs of your CS4 or Maya before trying to run it on your Netbook wait a minute did you even check the specs on your Netbook? Read more about Netbook Misconception – My NC10 Review …