The memory sizes that modern computer software like games and and other video programs use these days are quite astounding. Once upon a time, 32 MB was a lot of memory. Nowadays we see specs like 1 GB, 5 GB, and so on. From Megabytes to Gigabytes in only a few years shows how much technology has advanced rapidly over time. What about your computer? Is it capable of playing games and videos that demand a lot of memory? When last have you done a ram upgrade? Many of us really are pressed for time … Continue Reading “Random Access Memory... Read More »
The Dell Vostro 1400
is a sleekly designed notebook. I am quite impressed with its relatively light weight and obvious features. There are 4 USB ports, an S-video port, Ethernet Network Card, Modem, screen output, two audio out ports and a microphone port, IEEE 1394 port, wireless card, SD/MMC Card Reader, and an option-switch to turn on or off wireless devices. The notebook also comes with an optional camera which has a crisp display. You are able to play multimedia and control the play, stop, etc. options from the panel. Volume control is also possible from the top.Windows Vista Basic … Continue Reading “Dell Vostro 1400 Notebook... Read More »
The new HP Pavilion dv9000z series laptop is quite the rage. I love how the web cam is integrated into the screen so that all you need to do is pull the screen up and look into the camera. Though I do not particularly have much experience with Windows Vista as yet, I like how it looks. The weight is not bad and the colour fits the sleek design. The features are great quite user-friendly.
The HP Pavilion dv9000z Entertainment Notebook PC has dual core processors from AMD and dual hard drives. The laptop is 17″ diagonally in size and … Continue Reading “HP Pavilion dv9000z Entertainment Notebook... Read More »