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Posted: 15-11-2014 @ 20:18:14
the notebook is very slim for laptop as well as A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity.notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop.
Posted: 05-06-2013 @ 12:57:57
The notebook is very slim for laptop as well as A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity. A notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity. A notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity.
Posted: 19-05-2013 @ 13:36:15
notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop.
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 15:09:31
the notebook is very slim for laptop as well as A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity.
Posted: 18-05-2013 @ 14:21:20
A notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity. A notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity.
Posted: 16-05-2013 @ 17:03:35
A mini laptop (or netbook) is essentially a laptop scaled down untilthe screen size is between 7 and 10 inches across. Most feature simple applications pre-installed. Netbooks aren't designed to replace laptops, merely supplement it. They cannot match the specs of a laptop, but they can compete on three main things. 1) They are cheaper out of the box - generally, although you can pick up a bargain laptop, it's unlikely to be brand new 2) The are lighter - with the exception of laptops like the Toshiba Protege R500 which costs a bomb, this is true in almost all cases. Most netbooks weigh around 2-3lbs 3) They are smaller - in almost all dimensions (although the MacBook Air is 194mm thick at it'sthinnest point) Good examples of netbooks include the Asus Eee PC 901, HP Mini 1000 and Acer Aspire One.... .Generally speaking, a netbook is a smaller laptop model that is used specifically to browse the Internet. It does not have all of the bells and whistles of a regular laptop but in a lot of cases the differences go unnoticed to the average computer user. For instance, some netbooks do not have as much RAM or memory Gigabytes but these are both components that are located inside of a computer. One obvious known feature is the monitor size, as netbooks are noticeably smaller. Again, these devices are primarily used for Internet browsing, meaning that they are not equipped to perform advanced tasks such as watching movies, downloading music or installing technical software. .Lately, I've been hearing quite a buzz around Netbooks; maybe you've seen one, but these particular laptops are super tiny and cute! I'm currently shopping around for my first laptop, not for a desktop replacement, but a portable computer I can take along with me on my travels. I'm new to laptops, but aren't these so-called Netbooks like every other laptop out there, but just smaller in size? I'm having a difficult time differentiate the two types. Can you give me run down on the differences between the two types of laptops? I want something small in size, but does size matter when it comes to performance or operation? I sure don't want to buy something that won't meet my needs. Any information you can help me with this Netbook vs. laptop decision will help me out a great deal. Thanks in advance.
Posted: 12-05-2013 @ 12:44:11
A notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity. A notebook generally has less features than a laptop such as: being lighter, having no CD/DVD drive, a smaller screen, and a lower-end graphics card. Notebooks tend to have longer battery life because of this. A Notebook laptop is generally smaller than a regular Laptop. Most people use the two terms interchangeably. Even manufacturers don't agree on whether there is a difference or not. I've seen the different terms applied to the same machine in different ads. If you do a search using either term, you will find the same computers coming up in the results. Notebook is used for easy stuff and not for playing heavy programs. Laptops are more of a portable computer, powerful and they have a convenient storage capacity.
Posted: 02-05-2013 @ 14:09:39
Notebook are ment for u to surf on ne they work as laptops also but not wholly they don't allow u to play big size games ect...
Posted: 14-01-2013 @ 10:43:25
Notebook: - Notebook computers are designed to allow you to do computer work while on the go and still offer all the power mobile users require for entertainment & work. It’s screen is (approx) 12″-14″ long its screen is small than laptops so its battery backup is high (aaprox 4hours or more) it doesn’t have an internal floppy disk, CD Drive or DVD drive. It has a minimal graphics subsystem (Graphic card ) Laptop:- Its definition is a full computer system with all feature of Desktop is over on your lap & its screen range starts from 14" - 17" keyboard is bigger than notebook. today all laptops comes with internal modem, wifi, DVD drives & laptop are very upgradable but its battery lasting is lesser than notebook (due to big screen, Wi-Fi adapter & DVD drives etc.)
Posted: 29-11-2012 @ 22:34:36
Laptop and netbooks are similar , except that notebooks are lighter in weight , smaller , slimmer , and m0re. . . . WEIGHT:- Where lappy usually weigh 4-7 pounds , ntbuk weigh 2 pound or so . . . . SIZE -: Ntbuk have much smaller screen and keyboard than Ćaတ‐ᄑ∀ĀȒሀ
Posted: 17-10-2012 @ 21:08:50
Both are one and the same we can have same amount of advantages and disadvantages . . . Some of them are - netbooks are easy to carry when compared to laptops , laptops are easy to operate when compared to netbooks , netbooks are more useful when a person who travels buys it .
Posted: 13-10-2012 @ 16:44:15
A netbook is basically a much smaller and stripped-down version of a laptop. Netbooks (usually) offer greater portability at the cost of slower processors, less memory, smaller hard drives, smaller screens and keyboards, and the lack of an optical drive. For these reasons, netbooks are generally cheaper than laptops.
Posted: 02-10-2012 @ 10:40:49
the notebook is very slim for laptop
Posted: 29-09-2012 @ 21:01:35
The most noticeble difference between the two is the screensize. In netbooks it's 10 inches wheras in laptops you can get screens upto 17". Another thing is the DVD drive which is not there in netbooks. If you want one you have to buy separately from retailer and run it via usb. The hard disc size and the ram is decent but the pocessor speed is low.In a whole I can say it depends on your usage pattern.If you have good eyesight the NetBook is a good option. The lack of Dvd drive can be managed by using pendrives. But yes as the others already said Not all applications can run in it.
Posted: 26-09-2012 @ 19:21:59
A mini laptop (or netbook) is essentially a laptop scaled down untilthe screen size is between 7 and 10 inches across. Most feature simple applications pre-installed. Netbooks aren't designed to replace laptops, merely supplement it. They cannot match the specs of a laptop, but they can compete on three main things. 1) They are cheaper out of the box - generally, although you can pick up a bargain laptop, it's unlikely to be brand new 2) The are lighter - with the exception of laptops like the Toshiba Protege R500 which costs a bomb, this is true in almost all cases. Most netbooks weigh around 2-3lbs 3) They are smaller - in almost all dimensions (although the MacBook Air is 194mm thick at it'sthinnest point) Good examples of netbooks include the Asus Eee PC 901, HP Mini 1000 and Acer Aspire One.... .Generally speaking, a netbook is a smaller laptop model that is used specifically to browse the Internet. It does not have all of the bells and whistles of a regular laptop but in a lot of cases the differences go unnoticed to the average computer user. For instance, some netbooks do not have as much RAM or memory Gigabytes but these are both components that are located inside of a computer. One obvious known feature is the monitor size, as netbooks are noticeably smaller. Again, these devices are primarily used for Internet browsing, meaning that they are not equipped to perform advanced tasks such as watching movies, downloading music or installing technical software. .Lately, I've been hearing quite a buzz around Netbooks; maybe you've seen one, but these particular laptops are super tiny and cute! I'm currently shopping around for my first laptop, not for a desktop replacement, but a portable computer I can take along with me on my travels. I'm new to laptops, but aren't these so-called Netbooks like every other laptop out there, but just smaller in size? I'm having a difficult time differentiate the two types. Can you give me run down on the differences between the two types of laptops? I want something small in size, but does size matter when it comes to performance or operation? I sure don't want to buy something that won't meet my needs. Any information you can help me with this Netbook vs. laptop decision will help me out a great deal. Thanks in advance.
Posted: 25-09-2012 @ 17:34:38
Lately, I've been hearing quite a buzz around Netbooks; maybe you've seen one, but these particular laptops are super tiny and cute! I'm currently shopping around for my first laptop, not for a desktop replacement, but a portable computer I can take along with me on my travels. I'm new to laptops, but aren't these so-called Netbooks like every other laptop out there, but just smaller in size? I'm having a difficult time differentiate the two types. Can you give me run down on the differences between the two types of laptops? I want something small in size, but does size matter when it comes to performance or operation? I sure don't want to buy something that won't meet my needs. Any information you can help me with this Netbook vs. laptop decision will help me out a great deal. Thanks in advance.
Posted: 25-09-2012 @ 11:58:25