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MSI S20 SLIDER 2 INTEL BLUETOOTH DRIVER
The Slidebook S20 performed to expectations here. Both the ASUS and the Sony sport Core i7 processors that are clocked higher and have a larger L2 cache, thus helping them to get the slight edge.
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The latter tasks will definitely benefit from a better processor, so it depends if you want to top up a few hundred dollars more for a marginally faster notebook. Benchmarks aside, the MSI MSI S20 Slider 2 Intel Bluetooth S20 is one of the fastest notebooks we've encountered in recent times as it's able to start the machine from cold boot in about seven seconds before the system is usable in Windows 8.
Wake-up from sleep mode is quicker yet. A system restart is so fast, we actually thought it never even initiated our restart command when this reviewer turned around to take a sip of water.
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That fan had to go somewhere, right? All our snark aside, it's the build quality that makes it impossible for us to take the S20 seriously.
For a machine with the word "slide" in the name, it's awfully hard to open. Every time you slide nay, push the display back, you can feel it rubbing up against the keyboard underneath.
There are other off-putting details too: The screen is easy to jiggle once it's upright. If we can offer a ray of sunshine here, MSI did get the overall shape right.
The build quality, not so much, but at least it's comfortable to hold. The curved edges and rounded-off corners mean it'll never dig into your palm when you're holding it one-handed.
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Scattered about the machine is an impressive collection of ports -- Ultrabooks are usually lacking in that department, with inch models getting the shortest end of the stick. Keyboard You know what's fun?
Writing a laptop review using a keyboard that has no built-in touchpad or tracking stick. It's not something that bothered us either of the times we got hands-on, but it's plenty annoying once you try to get some real work done in desktop mode. For those of you who have a Bluetooth mouse handy, this shouldn't be a big deal, though even then, who wants to have to pack a mouse every time they take this thing MSI S20 Slider 2 Intel Bluetooth the road?
It's a shame because we don't hate the keyboard quite as much as we thought we would you know, given our previous experience with sliders. Considering the keyboard only takes up about half the available deck space, the keys feel fairly well-spaced, though the layout is still cramped compared to a normal clamshell laptop, and the underlying panel could definitely be sturdier. More than anything, we MSI S20 Slider 2 Intel Bluetooth with the shallow pitch, which meant our key presses didn't always register. It's unfortunate, for sure, and it's a problem we have with most Ultrabooks, frankly -- can't have a thin laptop with a fat keyboard panel, don'tcha know?
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It's a feature you might not need, per se, but at this price it's one you'd expect to have. Display and sound Though we're not normally into sliders, the S20's display, ironically enough, might be our favorite thing about it.
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