The Laptop made for Vista: Asus W5Fe

February 15, 2007 by davidallen | 2 Comments
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With so many different features on Microsoft’s Vista, it is surprising to find a laptop that has actually been designed to incorporate the slideshow application part of the Vista program, this enables the laptop the show a separate slideshow on the back of the laptop, or the top of laptop depending on which way you are looking at it.

Asus W5Fe

The Asus W5Fe is the first computer to take advantage of this particular part of the Vista operating system, how this will be incorporated into daily computing life is another matter, the screen which is only 2.8 inches wide is really to small to use as a display to demonstrate products and services to potential new clients, it may help the computer user to show the demonstration on the main screen, while seeing on the small screen at what point exactly the presentation has reached, and therefore add comments etc, though that is a little excessive, it is just like finding a use for something.

Asus W5Fe

The manufacturer explains that the small screen will enable the user to gain access to the your emails and documents without having to boot the computer up or even open it, which is very handy while traveling around etc, but only that you will be able to access applications and other programs which would otherwise only be accessible by opening up the laptop, making it a very valuable little gadget for the laptop.

The computer also has a built swivel web cam that gives you a 235 degree camera which can deliver great views of you and your surroundings, it is a 1.3 mega pixel camera, this is a great addition to the laptop and being built in means there is no need to worry about carrying a web cam around with you.

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2 Comments so far

  1. Mike on May 29, 2007 14:19

    This is a good one.

  2. John on December 4, 2008 13:03

    There’s no drivers for built-in webcam for windows xp!!


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