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JVC Interlink 7310

JVC Interlink 7310
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1 reviews

May, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1 review from magazines and websites. Views about the connectivity and design are generally positive. The portability and image quality also get good feedback, but many are negative about the battery and usability. There are some mixed reviews about the screen.

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Expert review by: Lisa Gade (mobiletechreview.com)

JVC InterLink 7310- Subnotebook Computer Reviews by Mobile Tech Review

 

If the Sony VAIO TR2A isn't small enough or cool enough for you, then check out the JVC InterLink 7310. This sub B5 sized elegant unit weighs only a bit over 2 pounds and packs a 1 GHz Centrino processor, WiFi and a wide screen display. Like so many...

An extremely small and light subnotebook that's attractive and well-made. For an imported notebook of this size, the price is quite reasonable. Though it's only 1 GHz, the JVC feels decently fast thanks to Intel's Centrino technology. The display is...

Like all subnotebooks, it's not as fast as full sized notebooks, and the high res small screen may tire your eyes after extended use. No included optical drive means you'll need to have your own USB or Firewire CDROM drive to install applications....

Pro: An extremely small and light subnotebook that's attractive and well-made. For an imported notebook of this size, the price is quite reasonable. Though it's only 1 GHz, the JVC feels decently fast thanks to Intel's Centrino technology. The display...

Dec, 2003