Tuesday, September 30, 2008

MSI Wind vs. HP Mini Part 2


What is this?

It's the thermometer that usually use by old time doctor to measure body temperature of the patient. Since it's for body temperature, the range covers only from 35ºC to 42ºC. No reading for temperature that is less or more than the range, the mercury does not rise or overshoot to the end. If overshoot, guess the patient should be in ICU or even cold storage liao.

For the moment, I was Dr. Jacko, I was looking after 2 "hot" chicks, Ms Wind and Ms Mini.

Ms Mini's touchpad, 36.2ºC...


Let's touch a bit higher, the keyboard, 36.7ºC...


Opps... too high up, she was getting hotter with the touch, so come down a little, the palm rest, 39.6ºC...


Let's peep to the side, the heat sink, the mercury overshot! It's more than 42ºC!! Wow!! Rescue!! Ambulance please!!! 999 or 911 or 112!!


Let's get more excited, check out the buttock (bottom). Opps! 40.2ºC...


And lastly to reassure my "palm thermometer" works accurately, the power adapter, 37.9ºC...


Done the "touch touch" harassment on Ms Mini, let's move on to Ms Wind.

The touchpad, 36.0ºC...


The keyboard, less than 35ºC, no exact reading...


Palm rest, again, less than 35ºC, no exact reading...


Fan or heat sink area, 39ºC...


The bottom, 35.9ºC...


And the power adapter, similar to Ms Mini's, 37.8ºC...


Certainly Ms Mini is much hotter than Ms Wind. Both were in the same air-conditioned "clinic room", on the same "doctor table" with charger plugged in at the same time and with 3% charge remained in the battery. Think about it, is it comfortable to have Ms Mini sits on your lap and happy fun with her for a long period?

So are you sick? You can come to Dr. Jacko for diagnostic. Let doctor touch touch and measure, doctor would gift you "gold fish" after the visit.

Woi! Harassment wei!! Haha! :p