notebook pc msi a6200 review

The A6200 runs on an Intel Pentium CPU P6100, which has two cores and a frequency of 2GHz. Although it was released in 2010, is not as rapid or more effective than an Intel Core i3, but still competitive when the stage office and multimedia tasks. This was demonstrated in our 3D Blender and iTunes MP3 encoding test, which recorded 1min 23sec and 1min 39sec, respectively.

Blender's score is about 40sec slower than a conventional notebook based Core i3 at a price similar to Medion Akoya E6224 (MD 98630), and its iTunes currently only 7 seconds slower. This means there will be a bit slow to perform tasks of taxation, but not very slow. Is it time to convert a DVD into a file of 1.5 GB Xvid was 1 hour 26 minutes, which is only 13min slower than Core Medion i3-base. Compared to other Pentium notebooks we've seen, like the HP Pavilion G62, MSI was found to be slightly faster in general.
In 3DMark06, the MSI Intel integrated graphics score recorded in 1747, which is faster than the HP 1434. You can not use MSI for the game, but it's fine to see the high resolution pictures and HD movies. You can also connect the TV via HDMI to watch videos and photos in full HD, unlike the native 1366x768 screen resolution.
The rest of the A6200 configuration is fixed: you can get 4GB of DDR3 SDRAM, 500 GB hard disk. This is a good multi-tasking, and it has plenty of storage for photos and Internet downloads. You can add external hard drives through all its three USB 2.0 ports, although the position of these two ports in the back of the computer is difficult. The back of the notebook also has an HDMI and VGA ports. Get the DVD on the left and right side of the 10/100 Ethernet port, headphone and microphone ports, SD card slot, and is also an ExpressCard/34 expansion card slot - it is rare to see a place for this type of low-cost laptop. You will also have 802.11n Wi-Fi and a webcam.

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