HP went into the crapper on the battery ... even their Chromebooks have 3-cell 30WHr.Wondering why this only has 4 hours battery life when they are sticking a tablet CPU in it.
Maybe you are right, but my wife happens to have a debranded HP with an A6 APU and her experience with the laptop has been very pleasant. She plays candy crush on it like there is no tomorrow. Never had a problem with that laptop so far.not me :kawininjazx :HP Computer + AMD Processor = Worst possible experience
I think it is dumb to generalize like that. AMD APUs have the best graphics part ever, way better than Intel APUs. If you want a laptop to just to surf the net, watch videos and play games AMD APUs are really good. If you want a laptop to compile stuff, then i guess you need an Intel CPU.
The CPUs aren't that bad, though they are slow, it's the horrible chipsets and high failure rates of the motherboards that keeps me away from AMDs. HPs are just bad.
Don't be so narrow-minded. Have you ever seen someone using a tablet with a stand? It's a lot like that only with a better keyboard (in most cases). Also laptops are often used without a mouse, especially when you're not at home. The touchscreen is a pretty tolerable replacement for the mouse for the average user (the target of these devices), and you still have a real keyboard for text input.Touchscreen on a laptop is such a useless feature. I bought a laptop for my wife and I chose one specifically because it didn't have a touchscreen.
Given increases in IPC and turbo, I'd bet it will perform comparably to the E-350 on both CPU and graphics. The E-450 however has a faster GPU due to higher clocks and DDR3 1333 support.How does the E1 Micro-6200T APU compare to the E-350 or E-450 APUs?