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Intel® Pentium® Dual Core SU4100 (1.3 GHz)?

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Can anyone tell me how good of a processor this is, specifically in this laptop http://www.pcworld.c...127299-pdt.html ? Just for running things like Hulu, Netflix, Big Fish games, a vpn, etc. Thanks!
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It would do just fine. Laptops overheat, with a large cpu. 1.3x2 is fine. It would stay cool and get the job done.
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That is one of the processors Intel designed for extreme low power consumption. One reason why this laptop's battery life is around 8 hours. There are other laptops that use this processor and have the same amount of battery life as well. Pretty nice if all you need is the basic computer stuff. :) Most laptops without such processor will have about 3 hours of battery life.

Quote from product description on PC World

...giving you an insane 8 hours of mobile computing.

Edited by Ferrari, 09 April 2010 - 08:54 PM.

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