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Many of us are so used to working in a desktop computer when it comes time to buy a new computer, do not consider other options. Today, laptop computers - which were once called laptops - offer a number of advantages over a desktop computer. Here are just five reasons why you should take a second look at notebooks.

1. Mobility

You may be used to place a chair at his computer, but makes much more sense to pull his team to his chair. Laptops can also be used on your desktop, but also has the option of taking them to the place where you feel most comfortable. Perhaps you would like to surf the Web in the afternoon in the living room or catch up with your favorite blogs before bedtime. Laptops with wireless connectivity can travel with you in your home, so you can check your mail or the Internet to shop anywhere.

Of course, the notebooks also have meaning for those who are on the road. Students can take laptops to class and the library, while employers can take along while traveling. With so widely available Wi-Fi, it even makes sense to have a laptop while on vacation. With the right notebook, it is easy to take photos with your digital camera, upload them and email them to friends and family, even before returning home. Or you can use to write a blog and include vacation photos from your digital camera.

2. Best Shows

The size and quality of laptop displays has improved so dramatically that there is little difference between laptops and desktop computer. For example, you can get an Apple MacBook 13.3-inch widescreen (1280 x 800 pixels), widescreen 15.4 inch LCD (1440 x 900 pixels) or 17-inch widescreen (1680 x 1050 pixels). Similarly, the Compaq Presario has a 15.4-inch screen.

3. Lightweight

Only a few years ago, even the lightest notebook was a pain to carry. Today, however, laptops are becoming easier on the back. The MacBook is just over an inch thick and weighs about Toshiba Portege four pounds. While still strong compared to come of the new ultra-light convertible (Fujitsu LifeBook U810 weighs just a kilo and a half), is a significant improvement over the age of seven pounds laptops.

4. Best Computers and battery

Historically, the two drawbacks of laptops were its limited RAM, a little hard drive space, and the short battery life. Times have changed, however, and laptops now have so much power under the hood, like their desktop cousins. The MacBook, for example, has 1 GB of memory (can configure up to 4 GB) and a hard disk which is configurable up to 250 GB. This means that your software humming right along and you will be able to squeeze through programs more quickly and easily as you do on your computer. Similarly, the batteries in laptops today are not heated and not conk out.

5. More features

On older laptops, the size of the computer and the weight limit on the number and types of functions available. Today, with small processors and other components, there is room to pack more features in laptops. For example, the MacBook has a DVD player, integrated webcam, the built-in wireless, two USB ports and a FireWire port, microphone, audio and input / output.

There are many advantages to owning books that before you buy your next computer, it's worth your time to take a stroll.


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