JVC Interlink 7310 Sub-Notebook Review

Posted: Nov 18 2003, 9:09am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:07pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

JVC Interlink 7310 Sub-Notebook Review
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DesignTechnica reviews the JVC Interlink 7310 Sub-Notebook Review

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"The 7310 would be the perfect notebook for anyone that demands style and elegance. For most people, the small size of the 7310 will more than likely be an immediate turnoff. The small keys and display are not practical for most people which is why we say the 7310 is more suited to advanced notebook users. The fact that there is no internal CD/DVD drive also means that an external drive will need to be purchased on top of the initial cost. If a PDA is not sufficient for your needs and a full blown laptop is too much, the JVC Interlink 7310 is a perfect compromise. Just be prepared to pay for this compromise; both in price and functionality."
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