DRYSC43 Laboratory Drying Oven Fan/Natural air convection 43L

(2 customer reviews)

  • DRYSC laboratory drying oven with Digital microprocessor display.

     Digital temperature control
     High temperature uniformity
     Heating temperature range RT+5 to 300°C
     Corrosion resistant steel chamber with rounded corners
     Built in glass for sample observation
     Auto control fan speed
     Function self check in
     Shelves 2 supplied
     Timer function 0 – 9999 min

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SKU: 3106 Category:
Drying Oven Air Circulation

Display Type

LED

Drying Oven Capacity

Drying Oven Dual Temperature Limiter

No

Technical Specifications

Brand Apple
Item Height 18 Millimeters
Item Width 31.4 Centimeters
Screen Size 13 Inches
Item Weight 1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions 21.9 x 31.4 x 1.8 cm
Item model number MF841HN/A
Processor Brand Intel
Processor Type Core i5
Processor Speed 2.9 GHz
RAM Size 8 GB
Hard Drive Size 512 GB
Hard Disk Technology Solid State Drive
Graphics Coprocessor Intel Integrated Graphics
Graphics Card Description Integrated Graphics Card
Hardware Platform Mac
Operating System Mac OS
Average Battery Life (in hours) 9

Based on 2 reviews

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  1. John Doe

    This is my second device from Apple.In the past i have used a bunch of laptops and usually switch them after a year and so.Mostly i bought products from HP and lenovo.The last one was Lenovo Ideapad Y510,which was kind of a good device but bad battery life for a traveler like me.
    So, the main reason i bought the macbook pro was the good battery life and excellent performance it offered.
    Apple MacBook Pro MF840HN/A is the latest version of this one http://amzn.to/1EvEWcb

    John Doe

  2. Peter Wargner

    have had this laptop for 10 days or so, and these are my thoughts –

    I am a long time Windows User and what I love in a Laptop are two things – Resolution (w/ Screen Quality), Performance and Build Quality. Now, make no mistake – this is not by any means the highest resolution laptop you can get. (Dell XPS 13 sports a ~4K screen). But what people forget is one thing –
    Windows. Scaling. Sucks.

    Peter Wargner

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