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Conclusion

As you’ve had an opportunity to see, the balance of pros and cons of the A6 series remains almost the same irrespective of the exact configuration. Carrying on the tradition of the series, the ASUS A6Rp brings to you perfectly balanced price/quality and price/performance proportions. A6 series notebooks still remain truthful workhorses that are going to work off every cent of your investment into them even in this low-end implementation.

As for the debut of the Intel Pentium Dual-Core T2060 processor, it has been a success. This is a perfect CPU for people who don’t need indecently high CPU performance, but just want to run multiple applications simultaneously, something that single-core CPUs are slow at.

The Intel Pentium Dual-Core T2060 will soon get an elder brother T2080 that will have a clock rate of 1.73GHz. After that, we’ll be looking forward to the release of an entry-level 64-bit CPU.

Highs:

  • Classic exterior design
  • Good performance in office applications
  • ASUS Color Shine technology
  • WLAN interface
  • Rather long battery life
  • Reasonable price

Lows:

  • Too densely placed USB ports
  • Scanty accessories
  • No S-Video connector
  • Two lid locks
 
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