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    RM Minibooks

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    Simple question - How good /fast are these Rm Minibooks (or any minibook - Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz!) when built and placed onto a RM CC4 network? We're finally replacing our aging celeron 1.4 laptops and we are looking into the possibility of getting these instead of laptops? Students will only be logging on (probably the longest part on an RM network!) doing work in word, printing and surfing.

    Anything you like/dislike about them please let us know!


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    not used they on cc4 but just being playing with 15 or so here they arnt bad but they have wifi issues (but that is probebly down to the fact i have 2 non managed ap's (sigh) but iirc they have the dreadful (imo) intel 5100 wireless card in. Oh and the keyboard and trackpad are horrid

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