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JVC Interlink 7310

alaScore 72

8 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the connectivity and value for money are on the whole positive. The design and size are also mentioned favorably. Views about the screen and performance are mixed, while there are some less positive reviews about the keyboard and resolution.

portability, size, design, value for money, connectivity

battery, resolution, keyboard

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the JVC Interlink 7310 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 8 reviews)

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JVC Interlink 7310

 

The 7310 would be the perfect notebook for anyone that demands style and elegance. For most people, the extremely small size of the 7310 will more than likely be an immediate turnoff. The small keys and display are not practical for most people which...

Elegantly built ; excellent battery life ; solid performing

Abnormal screen resolution ; small keyboard ; no internal CD/DVD-ROM drive

The 7310 would be the perfect notebook for anyone that demands style and elegance.

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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...

Consumer review by:

JVC Interlink 7310

 

If you are looking for a sub-notebook that has 90% of the power as its bigger siblings, but do not need the everyday use of an optical drive, heavy weight, etc. than this mini-laptop is for you. The only thing missing on this is the optical drive, but...

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JVC Interlink 7310

 

Haven't heard of JVC in the notebook market? Down let down by its name. It is a award winning machine in Japan – a leading market where manufacturer compete not by boosting specs but to design to push the imit. In this case…performance to weight ratio!!!

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JVC Interlink 7310

 

First launch in 02, with PIII 800, its already better than most of the competitor in its class with crouser processor. Finally, the 3rd generation comes with centrino! Don't wait, I'm not…

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JVC Interlink 7310

 

In such a stunningly compact design, JVC have pack more fuctions than most people would need.

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JVC Interlink 7310

 

I had some problems with the wireless drivers that I downloaded for the system but that was actually my own fault. As for the system, I got a great deal at Dynamism and would whole-heartedly recommend them to anyone. The system I got had a few dead...

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JVC Interlink 7310

 

I've owned all three members of the SOny U series (the U1, the U3, and the U101), and I like the JVC infinitely more.

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