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The notebook comes with a Seagate Momentus ST98823AS hard disk drive (2.5” form-factor, 5400rpm spindle rotation speed, 80GB capacity, Serial ATA interface) and a Philips SDVD8821 DVD-burner with the following speed formula:

Reading:

  • CD-ROM – 24x
  • CD-R – 24x
  • CD-RW – 24x
  • DVD-ROM – 8x
  • DVD-R – 8x
  • DVD+R – 8x
  • DVD-R DL – 6x
  • DVD+R DL – 6x
  • DVD-RW – 6x
  • DVD+RW – 6x
  • DVD-RAM – 5x

Writing:

  • CD-R – 24x
  • CD-RW – 16x
  • DVD-R – 8x
  • DVD+R – 8x
  • DVD+RW – 8x
  • DVD-RW – 6x
  • DVD-RAM – 5x
  • DVD-R DL – 4x
  • DVD+R DL – 4x

The notebook comes with DDR2-533 SDRAM, not the fastest memory type available today. Both slots are easily accessible, and one is occupied by a 512MB module. The maximum supported amount of memory is 4096MB, so you’ve got some upgrade opportunities here. The single module works in single-channel mode, of course:

We measured the temperature of the hottest spots on the notebook’s surfaces with an infrared thermometer after it had worked for half an hour in the Classic test mode of Battery Eater Pro 2.60 (the ambient temperature remained constant at 23°C during this test) and got the following numbers:

  • LCD panel – 28°C
  • Keyboard – 32°C
  • Bottom panel – 36°C

The next table lists the technical specs of the tested notebook in comparison with its opponent Sony VAIO VGN-FE31HR:

 
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