Twinhead Durabook R14D (14D) Review by ChannelCincinnati

»»Twinhead Durabook R14D (14D) Review by ChannelCincinnati
Twinhead Durabook series of laptop computer is designed to withstand the accidental damage or hazards that may harm notebooks during daily usage by being drop-resistance, shock-resistance and spill proof. The Durabook’s rugged features include magnesium alloy case is 20 times stronger than usual ABS plastic, LCD monitor is contained in an anti-shock mounting design, while optical drives have a patented locking mechanism. These features added protection against drop, vibration & liquid spill yet is competitively priced to commercial notebooks and yet retains a slim and lightweight design allowing for ultimate portability.

Twinhead Durabook R14D

Twinhead Durabook R14D (Twinhead Durabook 14D) supports Intel’s Pentium M CPU and is based around the 915GM chipset. It supports SATA 150 or PATA 150, 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, DDR2 533 SDRAM SODIMM, built-in internal modem, WiFi, DVD-RW Dual Drive and has a 14.1-inch XGA TFT-LCD.

ChannelCincinati review Twinhead Durabook R14D and put the Durabook to rug use and concluded that “overall, I’d say the Durabook is a worthy competitor to most of the Toughbook line. This really isn’t designed to be compared to the heavily-armored models that you see soldiers and police using (Panasonic Toughbook CF-27, 28, 29, the Itronix GoBook or the HP nr3610). This computer is aimed at the people who would be hardest on a laptop — business road warriors, outdoor users and the people with 14-month-old children.”

If you’re one of those people (or you think you might become one), give the Durabook a look.

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By |2016-12-09T08:42:46+00:00December 9th, 2016|Categories: Computer & Hardware|Tags: |0 Comments

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