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Zepto Notus A12

alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the design and portability. The durability and price also get good opinions, whereas some have doubts about the screen and usability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Zepto Notus A12 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Review Zepto Notus A12 Subnotebook

 

South wind. Although Zepto's Notus A12 is not light enough to fly

1,37 Kilo light; flat and compact size; robust magnesium case; good workmanship; fall, water, and shock protection; TPM & fingerprint scanner; very low energy consumption; over 8 hours battery life; cheap price

low overall performance; insufficient brightness for outdoor usage; no UMTS/HSDPA; DVD drive optional and external; RAM not upgradeable

Potential buyers should consider two things however. The Notus A12 offers enough overall performance for office applications, but it will quickly reach its limit if it has to do more demanding tasks like photo and video editing. Furthermore, the...

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FIRST LOOK: Zepto notus A12, promises big battery life

 

The first ultraportable notus has landed in Australia, and we're privileged to be the first to look.

Why go for this over the Eee? For a start you get an 80GB hard drive. It's also a bigger keyboard and screen than the HP Mini-Note, and if the claims are true, much better battery life. There's no external drive, but it looks like optical is on the way...

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