CTS - Tamworth Herald
IS AS SOLID AS A ROCK
it comes to accessing information these days everybody needs it
means that you either need to lug your desktop PC around with
you, including monitor! Or invest in a stylish notebook that is
always ready to perform any time, any place, any where…
latter option is bar far the best one - especially for your
back! - and one notebook definitely worth considering is
Rock’s Pegasus CTS.
more at the education market, this notebook is excellent.
boasts a stylish appearance with a sleek, silver case, weighs
only 2.5kg and is very thin, meaning you’re definitely not
going to put your back out carrying this one.
features a 1.6Ghz Intel Pentium M processor, featuring Centrino
Mobile technology. In other words, it’s a pretty fast machine
and it means you can connect to networks and Wi-Fi hotspots without
location a phone socket.
those who don’t know, Wi-Fi is a way of connecting without
wires to thousands of locations all over the place and includes
cafes, airports, colleges and recently even McDonalds.
technology also means you get better battery performance from
the notebook, lasting up to 4.5 hours with its extended system
top of that the notebook offers up to 512mb of DDR RAM, a 40gb
hard drive, a DVD/CD-RW combo drive, a 56k modem, a 10/100Mbps
LAN (network card) and a built-in video camera…it definitely
covers most bases.
Pegasus CTS does boast a pretty impressive spec, so why is it
being aimed at the education market?
a question I asked myself until I tried to play one of the latest
graphic-intensive 3D games - the notebook just didn’t
want to know. The shared 8mb graphics just isn’t designed
for playing high-power games…but neither is the CTS, it’s
aimed at students and teachers…and they shouldn’t
be playing games!
their point of view, the CTS is a perfect machine. It will run
most of the multimedia applications you throw at it, and as it
comes pre-installed with Windows XP Home Edition and Ability Office
you can practically start writing your dissertation on it as soon
as you open the box.
Pegasus CTS, which at the time of going to press was priced from
£799, is definitely worth considering especially if you
just want it for college work.
have been using it to design a website, and so far it has not
even blinked, coping perfectly with all the multimedia and graphic
elements I have thrown at it.
no doubt that the CTS notebook is a rock you can rely on.