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Portable One SX-N7350
Review Portable One SX-N7350
The Portable One SX-N735 is a compact 13.3″ notebook built on the Clevo M735T platform. It offers a professional design that could be easily passed off as a business notebook, with a very durable chassis to hold up to the rigors of day-to-day abuse. Inside the notebook packs a glossy LED-backlit display and power-efficient Intel X4500HD integrated graphics. Read our full review to find out more about this notebook and if it deserves a spot on your lap.
Our Portable One SX-N7350 Configuration:
Intel Core 2 Duo T9400 (2.53GHz, 6MB L2 cache, 1066MHz FSB)
Microsoft Windows Vista Business (w/ SP2)
13.3-inch glossy LED-backlit 16:10 display (1280×800)
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
4GB DDR2 800MHz RAM
250GB Western Digital 7200RPM HDD
SuperMulti DVD+/-RW Optical Drive
Intel 5300AGN WiFi, 1Gb Ethernet, Modem
4-Cell 14.4V 2400mAh 35WHr Battery
Limited 3-year standard parts and labor warranty
Dimensions: LxWxH: 12.125″ (w) x 9.125″ (d) x 1.3″~1.44″ (h)
Weight: 4lbs 4.0oz
Price as configured: $1,295.29 (Closest configuration with 200GB 7200RPM HD)
Build and Design
The Portable One SX-N7350 has a very basic exterior look with a rough matte plastic screen cover trimmed by a smooth black and silver trim piece on the top edge. Compared to most notebooks, this top cover is almost perfectly flat, no beveled or smoothed edges; just rounded corners. The plastic inside transitions to a machined metal plate that extends from the top edge around the keyboard, all the way down to the palmrest. The borders of the plate are machined down past the top anodized layer, giving a clean mirror-like finish. Everything about the design of this laptop is simple and elegant.
Build quality is excellent, holding its own against many popular business notebooks. The flat plastic screen cover is very rigid, withstanding strong impacts and flexing without showing any signs of distortion on the display. The screen hinges seem strong and hold the display shut even with the notebook being held vertically. The plastic body feels very durable, with no creaks or squeaks under normal use. The metal palmrests show no signs of flex when pushing down hard or when holding the notebook by the corner with the screen open. The keyboard tray has some give under hard pressure, but nothing that is noticeable unless you really force it.
The rough matte plastic is great for hiding any fingerprints, smudges, or even scratches. Unlike most glossy finishes which are a magnet any imperfections, plain plastic holds its own against abuse. Business laptops need to hold up to being tossed in airport screen bins, and hide any wear and tear from clients and colleagues.
Users wanting to upgrade this notebook will find it very easy with access panels for the hard drive and other system components. The primary panel houses the processor, RAM, and wireless card, leaving the hard drive to a bay of its own. The hard drive bay is secured with coin screws, making it easy to swap out no matter if you have a penny or a standard flathead screwdriver. None of the user accessible components had “warranty void if removed stickers,” including the heatisnk on top of the processor.
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