The Japan based computer maker Mouse Computer are at it once more, with the launch of their new MousePro NB513E laptop, there are four models in this range but all are more or less the same apart from a few different and non essential features. We are focusing on the entry level machine; it is priced from around $470 and offers the buyer a 15.5 inch display, Intel Celeron processing power and Intel HD graphics. This laptop actually offers the buyer good value for money, it is nothing fancy and yet it provides the buyer with a good all round laptop experience.
The entry level MousePro NB513E comes with a 15.6 inch screen with widescreen LCD LED Matte (non-glossy) display that offers a 1366 × 768 of pixel resolutions. It will be running on the Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit operating system and is powered by the Intel Celeron 1000M 2 core processor with 1.80 GHz & 2 MB L3 cache supporting the Intel VT (Virtualization Technology). There is support for the Intel HM76 Express Chipset and the graphics will be coming from the Intel HD Graphics with up to 1696 MB. The internal memory is 4 GB of PC3-12800 DDR3 SODIMM and there is an average sized 320 GB SerialATA II 5400 rpm hard disk drive (HDD) available for storage purposes.
Communications come via the 1000 Base-T / 100 Base-TX / 10 Base-T wired LAN, Bluetooth V4.0 + LE compliant and the IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN. Other features include the built in 2.0 mega pixel web camera, two fast connecting USB 3.0 ports, three standard style USB 2.0 ports, HDMI & D-SUB display ports and the ever useful Multi-Card Reader. As for the size of this laptop, it measures up at 374 mm (W) × 250 mm (D) × 14.3 mm (H) and it weighs in at just 2.46 kilos even with the built in lithium-ion battery that Mouse Computer say will be good up to 4.3 hours of off the grid use.
Mouse Computer have priced the MousePro NB513E laptop to start from around $470, which is nice price for an entry level machine.
Source [Mouse Computer]