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Eurocom's D900K F-BombDisplay and PCMark05 Results

Brightness is fairly evenly distributed on the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb's display. There is some reduction in brightness on the edges and in the corners of the display. [Mean: 102, Minimum: 82, Maximum: 115]

Brightness is fairly evenly distributed on the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb’s display. There is some reduction in brightness on the edges and in the corners of the display. [Mean : 102, Minimum : 82, Maximum : 115]

Contrast tends to peak toward the corners of the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb's display. This is not noticeable when applications are viewed. [Mean: 429 (very good contrast ratio), Minimum: 373, Maximum: 503]

Contrast tends to peak toward the corners of the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb’s display. This is not noticeable when applications are viewed. [Mean : 429 (very good contrast ratio), Minimum : 373, Maximum : 503]

The Dell XPS M1710's display shows a different brightness distribution pattern from the Eurocom's display with the bottom of the display brighter and the top of the display less bright. [Mean: 152 (good brightness), Minimum: 108, Maximum: 214]

The Dell XPS M1710’s display shows a different brightness distribution pattern from the Eurocom’s display with the bottom of the display brighter and the top of the display less bright. [Mean : 152 (good brightness), Minimum : 108, Maximum : 214]

Contrast distribution on the Dell XPS M1710's display is similar to brightness distribution with a peak just before contrast lessens at the top edge. [Mean: 287, Minimum: 210, Maximum: 414]

Contrast distribution on the Dell XPS M1710’s display is similar to brightness distribution with a peak just before contrast lessens at the top edge. [Mean : 287, Minimum : 210, Maximum : 414]

The Dell XPS M1710's Intel Core Duo T2600 (2.16 GHz) and the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb's Dual Core AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ (2.4 GHz) performed similarly in our PCMark05 CPU tests.

The Dell XPS M1710’s Intel Core Duo T2600 (2.16 GHz) and the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb’s Dual Core AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ (2.4 GHz) performed similarly in our PCMark05 CPU tests.

The Eurocom D900K F-Bomb's 1 GB of 200 MHz DDR PC3200 memory outperformed the Dell XPS M1710's 2 GB of 667 MHz DDR2 memory.

The Eurocom D900K F-Bomb’s 1 GB of 200 MHz DDR PC3200 memory outperformed the Dell XPS M1710’s 2 GB of 667 MHz DDR2 memory.

Not surprisingly, the Dell XPS M1710's Hitachi (SATA / 7200 rpm / 8 MB / 10 ms) outperformed the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb's Fujitsu (SATA / 5400 rpm / cache 8 MB / 12 ms).

Not surprisingly, the Dell XPS M1710’s Hitachi (SATA / 7200 rpm / 8 MB / 10 ms) outperformed the Eurocom D900K F-Bomb’s Fujitsu (SATA / 5400 rpm / cache 8 MB / 12 ms).