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Er, if not productivity and general multitasking, what WOULD you use an ultra-portable for, especially one that costs between $300 and $500? CPU performance is one of the ONLY important aspects, second only to hard drive performance.

As far as GPU's, it doesn't make a difference for me. A GMA 950 is good enough to watch full 720P videos on a 1080P resolution without a hitch. I don't watch Flash in full screen but I'm aware that's an issue. In general though, that GPU performance is unhelpful for every task a student would do.

Also, here's the proof:
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_look...00+%40+1.20GHz
...Why would you say the SU2300 is weaker when you didn't even know how well it performs?
CPUBenchmark: automatically invalid. Their testing methodology is flawed, to say the least. Find me some real benchmarks.

Everything is more graphically intensive now. A GMA 950 isn't gonna cut it. Again, it makes no sense to give up 300% or so more GPU performance to gain 10% more CPU performance.

Also, I've already seen the performance of both on good benchmarks, and overall it's around 10% faster.
    
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Why are you even looking at getting the E-350? IMO, it's an absolute rip-off on every front. The $350 netbooks with SU2300 processors that came out in 2009 are at least 25% faster.

...Maybe I've been out of it for a while. Are we spending more for the same performance now?
no, you are getting better graphics performance for the money.

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Er, if not productivity and general multitasking, what WOULD you use an ultra-portable for, especially one that costs between $300 and $500? CPU performance is one of the ONLY important aspects, second only to hard drive performance. I find a fast CPU makes every little thing you do noticeably snappier; compared to Atom, the SU2300 is something like 5-6x faster if you take into account Super Pi times.

As far as GPU's, it doesn't make a difference for me. A GMA 950 is good enough to watch full 720P videos on a 1080P resolution without a hitch. I don't watch Flash in full screen but I'm aware that's an issue. In general though, that GPU performance is unhelpful for every task a student would do.

Also, here's the proof:
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_look...00+%40+1.20GHz
...Why would you say the SU2300 is weaker when you didn't even know how well it performs?
Wrong. You can use the e-350 to do some light gaming and it can actually game pretty well for what it's worth. it destroys that chip paired with any nvidia ion, intel hd graphics ect... in terms of graphics.
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CPUBenchmark: automatically invalid. Their testing methodology is flawed, to say the least. Find me some real benchmarks.

Everything is more graphically intensive now. A GMA 950 isn't gonna cut it. Again, it makes no sense to give up 300% or so more GPU performance to gain 10% more CPU performance.

Also, I've already seen the performance of both on good benchmarks, and overall it's around 10% faster.
K. I'm a CPU guy. CPU CPU CPU. That's me. If it's cheaper and has a better CPU and completes all the tasks it's tiered to do without noticeable disadvantages, I support it.
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K. I'm a CPU guy. CPU CPU CPU. That's me. If it's cheaper and has a better CPU and completes all the tasks it's tiered to do without noticeable disadvantages, I support it.
It does have noticeable disadvantages, LMAO. Graphics performance is more than 3x slower! And on PCMark Vantage the Acer 1410, the benchmark SU2300 laptop, scores lower.

Come on, get real. It makes no sense to give up 300% graphical performance for 10% more CPU performance.
    
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It does have noticeable disadvantages, LMAO. Graphics performance is more than 3x slower! And on PCMark Vantage the Acer 1410, the benchmark SU2300 laptop, scores lower.

Come on, get real. It makes no sense to give up 300% graphical performance for 10% more CPU performance.
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