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  Reply # 298386 12-Feb-2010 14:28
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vinnieg:
Haha Deje vu!


Yeah, the 1810TZ is similar to the 1410 with the addition of a 3g card build in?

I was thinking about that, but have gone the hard road with getting a mate to solder in the 3g PCIe slot and buying a sierra quadband WCDMA card and just hope it works :S



1810 has WWAN, bluetooth SU4100 CPU vers SU2300 and larger battery AFAIK are the only differences.







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  Reply # 298390 12-Feb-2010 14:33
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Thanks guys! Really appreciate the information! :-)

A lot of stuff for me to think about...

Is there an appreciable different between all these different mainstream Atoms - N280/Z530/N450?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 298403 12-Feb-2010 14:53
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Good article here that gives a fairly good comparison on what the +'s and -'s are for each..

http://www.anandtech.com/mobile/showdoc.aspx?i=3735&p=12







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technicaljoe: Thanks guys! Really appreciate the information! :-)

A lot of stuff for me to think about...

Is there an appreciable different between all these different mainstream Atoms - N280/Z530/N450?





Not too much difference tbh

Weakest to most powerful:
Z530 @ 1.2 < Z530 @ 1.6 < N270 < N280 < N450 < N330 < CULV Celeron and Core 2 Solo




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