ASUS A6Jc Notebook: New Reincarnation of the Popular Family. Page 10
[07/11/2006 10:32 AM | Mobile]
by Alexander Britvin
If you don’t run a lot of multi-threaded applications on your laptop, then you might want to consider ASUS A6Jc notebook series for your needs. It leaves a nice impression, offering quite appealing price/quality and price/capabilities ratios. It can last longer on its battery and offers more performance than notebooks based on the older mobile platform, and thus has a chance to be as successful on the market as it has been in our tests. Read more in our review now!
The notebook’s battery life was measured with Battery Eater Pro 2.60. The test was performed at the maximum screen brightness in the following modes:
- Classic (the system bears the maximum and evenly distributed load)
- Reader’s test (the pages are scrolled through each 15 seconds)
- DVD mode (the DVD movie was launched in Battery Eater’s Idle test mode)
The ASUS A6Q00Jc011 consumes less power than the ASUS V6X00J011 and can last longer on its battery as a result. One hour of autonomous work in the Reader’s mode is quite a lot, considering the rather advanced configuration of the notebook.
Here are the battery discharge diagrams for the different operation modes:
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