A lot of people looking for advice on buying a netbook. This is great, but many experienced members here end up matching the same questions again and again, without input from new članova.Najbolja thing you can do is go through and answer these questions before us are asking what to buy:
1.Screen Size - what size screen you're looking for? There are basically three sizes out there: ".. Keep in mind that larger screens tend to have higher resolution and be a little more comfortable for long viewing 10" 10 ", 11.6" and 12 netbooks tend to be slightly smaller and lighter in overall size, but their lower-resolution screen can be a pain for web browsing, media playback and office productivity.
2.Battery life - one of the most important aspects regarding netbook is how long it can last on one charge. How much you need to you use? Do not forget to keep in mind that manufacturers estimates are about 1-2 more than you will probably get in real world conditions.
3.Processor - Do you have a penchant for anything Intel or AMD? Series Intel Atom has been widely used in netbooks because it tends to give the best energy efficiency. AMD processors often provide better performance in the Atom line, but they are not as effective. In other words, the Atom powered netbook will last longer on one charge, but AMD is powered netbook with a generally perform faster.
4.Video - Is this it will only be used for video playback standard definition, or want to play HD content as well? What is YouTube? Most netbook wrong with 360p video clips on YouTube, but you need hardware acceleration for 480p and higher.
5.Other Multimedia - If you want to run iTunes, Windows Media Player, or something else to play music? What about the photo or video editing? Will I be coding a large amount of music on this or will it strictly be used for video / audio playback and viewing? Most netbooks are fine to show the typical media playback applications like iTunes, to view photos. Advanced photo editing software, such as using Photoshop, you really should not be done on a netbook.
pre-installed operating system - you want to stick to the old ways of Windows XP or Windows 7 you want to taste? You may want to break away from it and go with a Linux distro. Just be aware that Windows 7 has its limits Starter, Windows XP is phased out, and Linux can run most programs to the public.
6.RAM - how much RAM you want pre-installed on netbooks? Windows 7 Starter equipped netbooks tend to be pre-installed with 1GB of RAM can be upgraded to 2GB RAM. Netbooks come with Windows 7 Home Premium will have 2GB of RAM pre-installed and can be upgraded to 4GB. It all depends on the processor and the manufacturer though.
Hard Drive Size - Is it enough or want to 160GB 250GB or more? Measuring the hard disk size can be tricky. Installed programs can take a good piece, but the majority of hard disk space is consumed with audio and video files. Most netbook comes with either 160GB or 250GB hard drive. There are some models that can be adapted to brewing internal hard drives, such as Dell.com, or from hp.com, but they come at a price.
7.Wireless Linking - Are you OK with standard 802.11g Wi-Fi or do not want to go all out and get a model with 802.11n and Bluetooth? Most wireless routers, public and private, operating under 802.11g. However, some people want May 802.11n if you have this type of wireless usmjerivača.Glavna benefit of 802.11n is not seen in a faster Internet connection, but faster speeds when streaming media over wireless networks.
to expand the possibilities - you want to connect the netbook to USB DVD burner, USB hard disk, or something else? Would you like to have it built-in multi-card reader so that you can copy images from a memory card that is in your digital camera? What is eSATA? eSATA is a standard used for connecting external hard drives to computers. This is an advantage to more than 6 times faster than USB 2.0 (USB standard for most netbooks). However, eSATA is still something that is not fully caught on.
8.Brand Settings - Many people prefer one brand over another. This usually comes from years of experience with different brands.
Purchase Settings - If you want to strictly stick to store bought or would you mind buying online? Keep in mind that your credit card company May offer an extended warranty from the manufacturer to the past. Call them and ask.
try them - One of the best things you can do is go down to your local electronics store and try out their models. It does not matter if you buy them or not, you'll still get to experience hardware. Personal experiences are much more valuable than user reviews.
Cost - How much would you spend on it? Does this mean that the price includes any extra accessories or add-ons (RAM, upgrade to something better than Windows 7 Starter, pouch, warranty) or is it only?