GETAC 9213 SYSTEM WINDOWS 7 DRIVER
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|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP|
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GETAC 9213 SYSTEM DRIVER
Keyboard and Touchpad The matte keys on the offer excellent response and exhibited no flex, but their placement takes some getting used to.
The Enter key is oriented vertically rather than horizontally, which forces users to reach farther to the right with their pinkies; we kept hitting the slash button by mistake. Also, the left Shift key is somewhat undersized, but Getac has included adequately sized arrow keys on the right. We like that the glossy touchpad is relatively large, but the tiny braille-like dots that cover Getac 9213 System surface offer a bit too much friction.
Still, we had no problem moving Getac 9213 System cursor. Below the touchpad, two responsive mouse buttons are separated by a fingerprint reader. Above the keyboard on the left are three touch-sensitive buttons: A Battery button which works only when the notebook is unplugged lets users change their power settings on the fly, an Internet button opens the browser; and the P1 button opens the G-Manager for viewing system information, such as battery life, Wi-Fi strength, and even such granular data as CPU and hard drive temperature.
Display and Audio The glossy The touchpad buttons are of average size with a Getac 9213 System scanner located in the middle. Feedback is minimal with a short throw when pressed. HDMI would have been appreciated, but for its intended market where projectors are used frequently, VGA rules the world still. Battery, heat vent Left: Our came with a 1. In most of our tests the performed similarly to the Lenovo ThinkPad X and Toshiba Portege A which both offered the same processor.
Getac 9213 Review
For day-to-day use typing documents, surfing the web, or watching streaming video the notebook was Getac 9213 System to the task with no discernable lag. In our HD video tests the notebook easily played p and p video without any hint of lag or drop in framerate. Heat and Noise Heat was slightly above average for a business portable, with the notebook warming up after being Getac 9213 System for a long time. The left side of the palmrest was warm to the touch, as well as the left side of the keyboard. Fan noise was minimal, but this may have been part of the reason why the notebook was running warmer than average.
Nothing about the notebook was hot, just slightly warmer than average.
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The external temperatures listed below are shown in degrees Fahrenheit. There aren't any rubber bumpers that would add extra protection but also bulk. Getac 9213 System for environmental specs, the has an operating temperature range of 32 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit. So using it in freezing temperatures or desert climates is out.
The does not have an IP rating. As stated above, Getac also rates the as Getac 9213 System with a maximum of pounds onto its surface and 33 pounds onto its thin LCD housing. Getac also lists compliance with a variety of governing standards and regulations in various markets. These can be difficult to summarize in a review and they also vary depending on markets.
Bottom line The Getac is for those who need a full-function notebook to take with on the road and other places that include traveling and the occasional drop or spill. Further, it's for Getac 9213 System who want for their computer to be light and handy, but still offer a display large enough to do real work on. The fills those requirements Getac 9213 System a package that measures Unlike netbooks, the Getac neither compromises performance nor functionality. Its efficient yet powerful 1. There is plenty of onboard security, including a fingerprint scanner.
The Getac 9213 System processor, LED backlight, properly sized battery, and efficient design of the make for excellent battery life. In terms of wireless communications, there's Bluetooth and an integrated Intel WiFi Link module supports The comes with a bright The back of the system holds two USB 3. These Getac 9213 System all sealed in pairs or trios around the rim of the laptop, and the left side houses the second battery and a door that gives you access to the GB solid-state drive SSD. The Getac ($1,) is a stylish, light system that can withstand the abuse of hard-core road warriors. It's designed to survive short drops.
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