Glimpse Axioo Pico DJJ 715, almost did not differ from its predecessor series. Was similar to the standard specifications, such as Intel 945GSE (MCH) + ICH7-M (ICH), but with Intel Atom N280 laptops make the performance is much more reliable. Any endurance work is good because it supplied 6 cell battery.
Pico mini-strokes are also given more comfortable than ever. One of them is a keyboard that feels spacious; at least for a netbook. If counted, the size of each key of about 17×15 cm, making the process comfortable typing and had no trouble reaching the standard typing speed.
At the highest brightness setting, screen capable of displaying sharp detail, without causing too much glare exposure. This 10.2-inch screen itself has a resolution of 1024×600 pixels, so convenient to use the sites optimized at a resolution of 1024 pixels wide.
Pico dimensions of about 26×18 cm, with between 2,6-3 cm thick. Its own weight about 1.15 kg. If another brand comparison, Pico is a bit more than Asus Eee PC or Acer Aspire (1kg). However, this weight difference should not be problematic, because the laptop is still comfortably.
Specifications of Axioo Pico DJJ 715 :
Processor: Intel Atom N280 (1.66GHz, 512Kb L2 Cache, FSB 667MHz)
Chipset : Intel 945GSE (MCH)+ ICH7-M (ICH)
Memory : (included) Onboard 1GB (DDR2 667 MHz, PC5300) (additional) 1x 200 Pin SO-DIMM Sockets DDR2
Supporting : DDR2-533/667 MHz (Known As PC4200/PC5300)
Memory : 1024MB ? Total supporting up to 2GB
HDD : 250GB
(512/ 1024 DDR2 Module)
Keyboard : Winkey Keyboard Built-in Touch Pad
Audio : High Definition AudioDirect Sound 3D Compatible Built-in Microphone & Two Speaker
Wireless : 802.11 b/g 56K Modem
Camera :1.3 MP Video Camera Module
Display Size : 10.2 WXGA TFT
Power : Full Range 40Watt AC Adapter
Dimension : 258mm (w) x 189mm (d) x 28mm (h) (aci)