The 13.3″ Slim-Notebook by Asus, UL30A, gained lots of praise for its battery life span of 16 hours in idle mode. We show you how it looks like. German language. Full review – www.notebookjournal.de
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I don’t even use a DVD drive myself. I’ve a 1TB external and a desktop with two DVD Drives. What I do is just take my disks, put their images on my external, and I can stream the disk images to my laptop and mount them through my W7 Homegroup.
The lack of DVD drive on here is no big deal to me.
I havent used an optical drive in years, I’m glad this is missing one
its an Ultra Lite type laptop, 50-50 chance they wont come with one, seems that the 15.6″ UL’s come with them more often
this is better it is international version and has the better sized return key
no DVD drive what the ******
haha exactly man.
somehow my hp dm3 loooks wider than than but smaller
wut a fucking fag english asshole english fuckbag
@shfbdfi1273 Learn German then.
Do you speak English? I don’t understand.
gibt es irgendwann noch UMTS integriert
Rechte Seite Kartenleser, 2x Audio, 2x USB & WLAN? Irgendwie Ethernet Port oder nicht…oder erfindet ASUS das WLAN Kabel neu. (:
Erm…how is your comment related to J's post? I would like to suggest a post from my blog. It has excerpts from a book which I think is related to what you are trying to say here.
I have always been a good student from junior to high school. Later, I studied electronic engineering at National Taiwan University, then did graduate work in the same subject before pursuing a career in electronic engineering all the way. I seem to putting to use all my life. But I feel what I do in my work has little connection to what I had studied in university. At first I thought it was my very own peculiar experience. But later I asked a former classmate who was the general manage of a semiconductor manufacturing company. He told me that although he had a PhD in semiconductors, what he studied in the second year of university would be quite adequate for his job.