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CTL TW9 Laptop Review

The CTL TW9 runs at a speed of 2.53Ghz with the Intel based i5 processor and it has a 2GB DDR3 RAM. Although smaller than most notebooks, the CTL TW9 nevertheless is equipped to do multi – tasking. You can do anything from the average computing requirements up to the more demanding tasks like gaming and 3D graphics. This is possible because of the dedicated graphics card that the laptop is installed with. The nVidia┬« GeForce 9600M-GS 512MB is capable of playing most online and offline games.

It has a 320GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive storage, which is more than enough to store pictures, music, videos and more.

Speaking of HD, this laptop gives its audience a full HD experience. It has an HDMI port, which can be hooked up to any HDTV ready or HD capable television.

The laptop also has the following I/O Ports:

– Optional Bluetooth

– 2 Audio Jacks: Microphone Input, Speaker Output

– 2 USB 2.0 Ports

– 1 HDMI Port

– 1 CRT Port

– 1 Express Card/54 – PC Card Slot

– 1 Modem (RJ11) Port

– 1 Ethernet (RJ45) Port

– 1 DC-In

– Card Reader

The CTL TW9 travel master is priced at about $1099.00 excluding shipping and handling.

SPECS AVAILABLE OPTIONS (From CTL website)

Processor:

  • 2.53 GHz Intel Core i5-540 Configurable on the website

Memory:

  • 2 GB DDR3 Kingston 2GB DDR3 RAM

Operating system:

  • Windows 7 Professional
  • with Microsoft Office 2007 Home BasicMicrosoft Office 2007
  • Small Business Microsoft Office 2007 Professional

Hard drive:

  • 320 gigabytes SATA
  • 320GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive

Graphics:

  • Nvidia GeForce 9600 512 MB nVidia┬« GeForce 9600M-GS 512MB

PROS

The CTL TW9 has the potential for a seamless performance due to its powerful processor and a high capacity RAM. This is a new generation laptop running a Windows 7 operating system. It has a large storage for a laptop this size not to mention storing pictures, music, videos and others.

CONS

The CTL TW9 has an HDMI port but can only display a maximum resolution of 1280 x 800 (typically the standard high definition) and not the full HD, which is 1080p/1080i (1920 x 1080).

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