Introduction and Specs
Asus gives the T2300 Core-Duo CPU some style in a small package. The W5F is a ultra-portable laptop that is sure to please those looking to be mobile and not compromise on looks or performance.
It doesn’t take much research to come to the realization that the mobile PC market is hot. In the past few years we have seen a drastic trend where laptops transformed from a business or luxury item, to a commodity that nearly everyone can afford. Whatever your reasons are for buying a portable computer, the chances are there are dozens of units that fit your need. So how do you pick one to call your own?
Today on PC Perspective we are reviewing the Asus W5F 12″ laptop. This review is the first of many more mobile reviews that will help you make informed purchasing decisions. So without further ado, here comes the Asus W5F.
Asus Mobile PCs
Asus, better known around these parts for their quality motherboards, is a late entrant into the mobile market which has been long dominated by players like DELL, HP, Toshiba, and IBM/Lenovo. To carve out their own portion of the laptop pie, Asus offers a wide range of different laptops to suit nearly any budget, style preference, and performance need – some even come without a hard drive, RAM and CPU so that you can buy your own like a standard PC.
The Asus W5F we are examining today is an Ultra Portable class laptop with a 12.1″ widescreen display, and sporting the latest T2000-series Intel Core Duo CPU. If looks could kill, the W5F does all that while taking your picture in the process. Confused? Read on!
Asus W5F Specifications
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