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Advent Verona - Intel Celeron M

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By Expert Reviews on 40

Advent's Verona is very cheap for an ultra-portable laptop, but it's also one to avoid for its poor-quality keyboard and short battery life....

By TechRadar on 40

The Verona is Advent's latest attempt at a CULV laptop and, while it is suitably cheap, it falls short in most categories. The point of a CULV laptop is that it should be extremely portable. While the dimensions of the Verona are small, and the...

By Computeractive on 60

A well-designed and well-priced computer but it cries out for a bigger...

By CNET UK on 65

The Advent Verona is the cheapest ULV laptop we've seen so far, but it falls somewhat short in the performance department. Even so, 330 isn't a bad price for a machine of its type, and, if you only need to run Office-type tasks, it's...

By Absolute Gadget on

Specifications Intel Celeron processor 743 (1.2Ghz, 800Mhz, 1MB Cache) Windows 7 Home Premium 3GB Memory 250GB Hard drive Weight 1.6 kg 1.3 megapixel webcam Bluetooth connectivity blog comments powered by DisqusStartPrev1234NextEnd< Prev Next >...

By IT Reviews on

If you look at the Verona as a stylish, large-screened netbook you won't go far wrong. It is definitely worth a second look if you are on a limited budget and need something that has a large screen and is highly portable, but that small battery...

By What Laptop TechRadar on

Advent is PC World’s in house brand and produces entry-level machines for home users with basic needs. The Verona (£329 inc. VAT) is its attempt at a CULV laptop and, while it is suitably cheap, it falls short in most categories. The point of...