By Ardjuna Seghers
Reviewed: 3 Sep 2008
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In the battery testing profiles, what's the difference between the 'reader' and productivity profiles when they appear to both have exactly the same 40% screen brightness with wireless switched off settings? If the difference is CPU usage/throttling then where is it stated (if I'm not just being blind as usual)? Thanks. I'm sure I've noticed this before actually...
Basically, the Reader test is simply a lower intensity test consisting of just a PDF document, while the Productivity stuff runs stuff like Excel, Word, Photoshop and whole lot else besides.
Ah, I see. Thanks Andy.
Ah, look what I just found: http://www1.euro.dell.com/cont...Review, please! Come on, come on!
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