WINBOOK A200 CPU DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||15.9 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista|
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WINBOOK A200 CPU DRIVER
Power on to Windows Login screen 47 WinBook A200 CPU The benchmarks prove that this computer is strongest in areas that stress the CPU and RAM, but weakest in areas that stress hard WinBook A200 CPU and graphics performance. The processor seems to match up to a 1. The ATI Xpress integrated graphics offered superior performance to competing Intel, Via, and SiS solutions in 3DMark, but is still nowhere near the power offered by a discrete graphics solution with dedicated memory. Keyboard view larger image The keyboard is solid, with little flex if any and a satisfying, but not overwhelming, click feel while typing.
It is large and easy to type on, and also includes a numpad, which most notebooks omit to save space.
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Though susceptible to fingerprints, it looks stunning if kept clean. Touchpad view larger image The touchpad is integrated into the casing for a sleek look, and is just the right size for where it is placed. The click buttons are actually one button though it looks like two. This feels cheap and annoying, but with time it feels better than a laptop with two WinBook A200 CPU left and right-click cursor buttons. WinBook A200 CPU is also a built-in microphone for sound recording or chatting.
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Input and Output Ports: Ports and expansion are all simple, labeled, and WinBook A200 CPU to reach. First, a basic look from all angles… Front view view larger image The front has audio controls, headphone jack, mic jack, firewire port, wireless switches and infrared port.
Right side view larger image The right side has only two features, WinBook A200 CPU RJ modem jack and the optical drive. The optical drive is a Mashita unit, and supports DVD read and write speeds up to 8x, with CD read and write speeds up to 24x. Back view view larger image The back is mostly taken up by the battery, and has all the most used ports set off to WinBook A200 CPU side. There is also a Kensington lock recepticle.
There is also a vent to remove heat from the processor and WinBook A200 CPU. Under side view view larger image This computer is easy to work on, with only two panels that need to be removed from the bottom for upgrades. The smaller of the two is for the hard drive.
The larger panel takes up almost a third of the bottom surface, and WinBook A200 CPU opened reveals the rest of the notebook components. From here, the RAM, processor, and wireless card can all be upgraded. Dual copper heatpipes are utilized for heat transfer.
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On WinBook A200 CPU bottom-right is the wireless card, and on the bottom left is the RAM. Under the heatsink is a standard AMD socket interface with 2-phase power, capable of accepting the Mobile Athlon 64, Turion, and Mobile Sempron processors. This is welcome, as I am often transferring huge files over my home network and between PCs. This chipset is widely known to be a strong performer, and unlike many of its competitors, is Linux compatible. The 56K dial-up modem is also present for those who need it, and it is a Smart Link unit that runs off the HD audio chipset to deliver data and fax capabilities. A firewire network can also be utilized, and firewire IEEEa is provided by the excellent Texas Instruments controller. Finally, if you have older laptops or PDAs lying around, this notebook has an infrared port which runs off a Winbond chipset.
Since this feature was not advertised on the packaging, and I have no bluetooth devices to sync with, I was not disappointed, but this may be something to keep in mind if you are looking for bluetooth support. Another pleasant surprise, the battery life is above average for a notebook of this size, averaging around 2. If the screen is off such as when watching a movie on a TVthe battery can hold out for a little over 3 hours, and disabling wireless also helps. The battery is a beast; it is rated at Mah and The power brick is of average size, and is rated at 19V and 4. The battery takes around 3 hours to fully charge, less if the notebook is powered off. Battery life could be extended if the WinBook A200 CPU were upgraded to a Turion; while the Mobile Athlon 64 uses around 50 watts of max power, an MT series Turion only uses up to 25 watts.
Operating System and Software: WinBook A200 CPU should be sufficient for most users, though it does not include more advanced features like remote WinBook A200 CPU. I left Nero and WinDVD installed because they are both very useful for burning and movies respectively. Another thing to note about this computer is that it is a 64 bit machine, and is compatible with Windows XP Pro x64 Edition.
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