The new Note Critea DX3 from Dospara

POSTED BY David Allen IN Laptops ON 4 Feb 2013

Here is another new medium range laptop from Japan based Dospara, its part of the popular Note Critea range and it will be known as the DX3. This laptop comes with a 15.6 inch screen, Intel Celeron processor, chipset and video card. So it’s not quite an entry level machine, but is not going to be attractive to high end users either, it is safe to say that the new DX3 laptop is definitely a middle of the road machine and the $650 starting price tag reflects this.

1a The new Note Critea DX3 from Dospara

From what we can gather, the Note Critea DX3 is nothing too special offering the user a 15.6 inch screen in HD with a glossy wide LCD display that offers a 1366 X 768 of pixel resolutions. It will be running on Windows 7 Home Premium operating system and powered by the Intel Core i3-3120M Mobile processor with dual core, rating 2.50 GHz, 3 MB L3 cache and Intel Hyper-Threading technology-enabled. There is support for the Mobile Intel HM76 Express Chipset and video comes from the Intel HD graphics 4000 (CPU on-chip) graphics card.

 11a The new Note Critea DX3 from Dospara

Internal memory starts from 4 GB of PC3-12800 DDR3 SO-DIMM, 4 x 1 GB, up to 16 GB max and there is a 320 GB of 5400 rpm, 2.5-inch, SATA 3 GB/s connection (SATAII) hard disk drive (HDD). While for networking, there is the 10 Base-t, 100 Base-TX, and 1000 Base-t Wired LAN, Bluetooth 4.0 + HS and there is the IEEE 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN. Other features include the built in 1.3 mega pixel web camera, two standard style USB 2.0 ports, two fast connecting USB 3.0 ports, HDMI & 15 d-sub Video output and the useful Multi card reader.

2a The new Note Critea DX3 from Dospara

This laptop measures up at 380 mm (W) x 262 mm (D) x 27.1 mm (H) and weighs in at 2.5 kilos with the Lithium-ion battery installed that Dospara say will offer about 5.1 hours of power. Dospara has priced the Note Critea DX3 to start from around $650, which is not a bad price to start from when you consider the specs available.

Source [Tech Fresh]



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