Panasonic J9 Notebook : Qucik Review & Specifications

By Turjo, Gaea News Network
Wednesday, December 29, 2010

The Panasonic J9 is an excellent compromise between the portability of a netbook and the hardware punch of a regular-sized laptop, the perfect fit for professionals who need top-of-the-line performance anytime, anywhere. Thanks to mainly a powerful processor, ultra-fast SDD and superlative battery life. The only snag is its price; this is a very expensive piece of technology, more pricey than most notebooks with comparable hardware (in justice, it can’t really be compared to a netbook.

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Pros:

  • Downright amazing battery life
  • Powerful yet compact and light
  • Great HD screen
  • Netbook sized
  • The protective jacket is very handy

Cons:

  • Circular touchpad not user-friendly
  • Too expensive
  • Too small to use as a replacement desktop
  • Keyboard feels a bit cramped
  • Bulkier than a netbook

Specifications

  • Operating system: Windows 7 32 or 64-bits
  • Processor: Intel Core 2.53GHz i5-460m (turbo boost up to 2.80GHz)
  • Chipset: Mobile Intel Express Chipset HM55
  • Graphics card: Intel HD Graphics
  • Memory: 2GB (up to 6GB) of 204-pin SO-DIMM DDR3 RAM
  • Storage: SSD128GB (up to 256GB)
  • Screen: 10.1″ WXGA (1366 768)
  • Sound: PCM sound (stereo 24-bit) / Intel High Definition Audio
  • I/O: HDMI, Wi-Fi (ABGN), WIMAX (IEEE802.16e), Fast Ethernet standard, “1000BASE-T”, 3 USB 2.0 ports, analog RGB, SDXC / SDHC / SD memory card reader,
  • Battery life: 12 hours (8 hours without eco mode)
  • Weight: 1.205kg (with jacket), 0.99kg (no jacket)
  • Boot time: 15 seconds
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