Asus netbooks :Autonomy

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Which of the following Asus netbooks has the best autonomy?

1000HE or N10JC

On the Asus Website the N10JC seems to have the better spec, but they only
mentioned the battery life of the 1000HE (9 hours)

Anybody know the autonomy of the N10JC?



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Yes of course, but awareness of one's potentials and strategies to
take advantage of one's learning context is important in this decision
of autonomy awareness and whose mission involves neither rendezvous
nor docking capabilities. In this particular case of Asus category
theory, which is a special kind of category in which every object has
a dual objective and a component of triarchy in organizational theory.
Therefore I think the 1000HE has the better autonomy...

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I have a Asus 1000he just got it. What a fabulous machine.
I immediately installed a 500 Gbyte WD drive and have it dual boot
Linux and XP.

I have not tested battery life. On Ubuntu Linux a software generated
graph projects it to be almost 6+ hours at full performance. I have not
had the patience to see if that number is correct.

I had a Eeepc 702 before this. The 1000he runs very cool, unlike the 702.


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Clay Abrams typed on Mon, 22 Jun 2009 11:41:52 -0700:
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Hi Clay! I have heard this before. Although I have two 702s and three
701s. And they all run the CPU at 132F most of the time. This isn't hot
to me and on the cool side compared to other laptops.

The keyboard gets luke warm. But the Celeron models uses the keyboard as
a heatsink. Thus a clever way of saving space and weight. And they only
use 10 watts of power, so they can't really create that much heat
anyway. And with the eeectl utility, you can control the fan speed. And
if you crank it up a bit, then it gets really cool.

Windows XP Home SP3 (5.1.2600)
Asus EEE PC 702G8 ~ 2GB RAM ~ 16GB-SDHC

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Just think if they ran cooler they could use 5 watts... ;)

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