Software that, among other things, enables development and installation of third party software (e.g. desktop applications).
The CPU, or the "heart" of the computer, runs the operating system and the stronger the CPU the faster the programs can run. CPUs manufactured by AMD or Intel are most common.
|Intel Core M|
Measured in gigahertz (GHz). A higher value speeds up the execution of running programs.
Software for various purposes is always running in the background. The more cores a processor has, the more software programs can run simultaneously.
Single Core = 1
Dual Core = 2
Triple Core = 3
Quad Core = 4
Hexa Core = 6
Octo Core = 8
Deca Core = 10
Dodeca Core = 12
The computer's working memory, which temporarily stores data from the programs that's currently in use. The bigger the RAM the better the performance, since the computer can run several programs at the same time.
|Hard Drive Type
The Solid State Drive (SSD) is a flash memory and normally smaller in size and storage (GB) in comparison to the Hard Disc Drive (HDD).
Determines the type of discs that the laptop can read.
|Battery Life||9 h|
Measured diagonally in inch (in), one inch is 2,54 cm.
The higher the resolution, the better the image quality.
|Dedicated Graphic Card||Integrated|
|Graphic Card Model||Intel HD Graphics 5300|
Wireless networking standard, theoretically it's capable of reaching 1300 megabits per second (Mbps) in data transfer speed - which is three times faster than 802.11n standard.
Wireless networking standard, theoretically it's capable of reaching 450 megabits per second (Mbps) in data transfer speed.
Wireless networking standard, theoretically it's capable of reaching 54 megabits per second (Mbps) in data transfer speed.