Well, in the end, for a laptop, with that kind of processing speed, it all comes down to how much computer memory the laptop has. It would be useful to know this beforehand, however, if the RAM is less than 512mb, i would not recommend buying it.
What else it depends on is what operating system it would be running.
Those Specs given should work, but the graphics card is another important thing that could make the clarity of the game change majorly.
It is top of line laptop, having advanced features and for cost below $500 it is definately worth buying.
The Acer Extensa laptop comes from the manufacturer with a Celeron M 550 processor in it. While it is by no means the fastest processor, it does clock in at 2 GHz clock speed and 1024 KB of level 2 cache performance.
The Xeon processor is stronger than the Celeron processor.
A Celeron processor. Some Celeron processors are somewhat powerful, however Atom processors are slower, intended for basic use in ultra-mobile machines such as netbooks.
You can play games on laptops with an Intel celeron processor, but not all games.
There are Celeron dual core processors today. However, just because you have Celeron processor, it does not mean your Celeron processor is a dual core processor. The easiest way to tell is to look at the Intel sticker on your computer. If it says "Dual Core," then it is dual core. If it does NOT say "Dual Core," then it is not dual core.
core 2 duo is faster than celeron
Intel Celeron processor is a fairly basic type of processor. It's only true advantage is how cheap it is to get, and that it performs decently for most activities.
First of all, the Intel Core 2 Duo has 2 cores where as the celeron has only 1 core. Celeron is kind of outdated and the Intel core 2 duo is much faster than the celeron processor
As the Celeron D is a product line and not a specific processor, there is no specific comparable processor. Depending on the model. the Celeron D is comparable in performance to various Athlon 64, Athlon XP, and Sempron processors.
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The cheapest laptop at Best Buy is a Compaq Presario. It is $329.99 and is rated 4.7 stars out of 5 by purchasers. It comes with an intel celeron processor 900.
Yes. Multitasking is dependent on the operating system, not the processor.
It will not have as fast a processor as a larger laptop, most of the time not as good a graphics card, and a smaller screen.
1.memory 2.processor 3.hard drive
The most important thing to look at when buying a laptop is the random access memory, random output memory and the capability and type of the processor.
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T4200 has Enhanced Intel® Speedstep Technology which the celeron doesn't. http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=37251 vs http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=41498 Not having speedstep on an laptop will be bad for your battery consumption.
The Celeron D is a single core processor because that is how Intel designed it.Sounds trite, but that is the truth. Each processor chip is designed to meet a particular performance / price ratio, and that is how the Celeron D turned out. Simple, eh?
It would depend on which Celeron and which Pentium 4. You can replace a Celeron with a Pentium 4 only if they use the same socket, such as Socket 472, 478, or LGA775. You couldn't replace, for instance, your old Mendocino Celeron with one, because they use different sockets.