3E reloading Windows and hardware info

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  1. getthesenets

    getthesenets Notebook Enthusiast

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    got the NL3 today
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    heavy rugged and sturdy like an m34

    gonna get the nl5 ,which is a closer comparison to the panasonic 3e ,next
     
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    safn1949 I'm sure I'm on the wrong planet

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    They run very well with an ssd and are surprisingly well built to be able to take rug rat abuse.:D
     
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    getthesenets Notebook Enthusiast

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    Safn,

    It's hard for me to believe that this heavy thing was designed for a school kid to lug around . I grabbed the handle and started doing curls when I unboxed it.

    To the guys who picked one up,
    Is the 3E closer to fully rugged or semi rugged toughbooks?
    Also how well do they perform?
     
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    safn1949 I'm sure I'm on the wrong planet

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    The 3e is not fully rugged but is built pretty good, I wouldn't be afraid to drop it. Lighter than the NL3. They are quick as they have a 64gb SSD and 2gb of ram. Runs Windows 8 or 10 decently but they are 32 bit and must be gpt partitioned, so no Linux or Windows 7 although sheepman got Linux to sorta work.

    You can put an SSD in the NL3 to kick it up.
     
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