The All Media D1130-In-One is a smaller version of the D1133 we reviewed last month, and although this version reduces the price of only $ 399, will also remove many of the features that made higher - Model of value. With its negligible 1.6GHz Intel Atom chip, 1GB of memory and Intel integrated graphics chip, this self-desk offers unattractive compared with the specifications and performance. The generous 18.4-inch LCD is a nice bonus, but not enough to offset the price of traditional desktop computers in the budget, as a gateway SX2800-01, which gives a much better value for the same price.
The D1130 maintains the same shape and design models that preceded it. A big silver arm extending from the bottom and put a 18.4-inch LCD offers a wide range of vertical movement. You can even bend the screen back so it is parallel to the table with his face toward the ceiling. While impressive, as specified in D1133, we see no advantage of this feature without a touchscreen, but we hope that future versions of leverage the capabilities of Windows 7 multitouch. D1130 ships with Windows XP Home Edition, a necessary step down Windows Vista that came on the D1133 as D1130's modest specifications.
Averatec All-In-One D1130 Desktop Key Features
- Laptop Type: Desktop Replacement
- Use: Home Use
- Processor: Atom 1.6 GHz
- Installed Memory: 1 GB (DDR2 SDRAM)
- Hard Drive: 160 GB Serial ATA, 5400 RPM
- Display: 18.4 in. WXGA
Although Lenovo C300 20-inch display has the largest screen we've seen in a sub-$ 600 Nettop, its resolution 1600 X900 and black levels can not continue with the screen clear of ASUS 18.4-inch, 1,680 x945. DVD and streaming video looks crisp and clear, and ASUS offer an additional VGA port on the side, if for any reason you want to connect to an external monitor. Finally, the audio output is so low that you will probably need external speakers to enjoy a movie at a reasonable volume.