a far greater asset to me
a good storage device, be sure to bring the camera connection or storage reader and EXTRA BATTERIES and make sure it all works ahead of time
a mobile- device , as is a PDA
a mobile device designed to be taken on business trips, remote offices, and vacations
a portable desktop for people who do not always sit in the same place
a thinker's mobile toolbox - ready to use anywhere and anytime
a whole lot harder to misplace than a PDA
A computer which is small enough and portable enough to be rested on the knees and used there.
Laptop computers, also known as notebooks, are portable computers that you can ...
Laptop is a computer that has capabilities beyond that of the Mobile Data Computer. It may contain report writing and accident reconstruction programs.
Portable computer. A.k.a. notebook.
A small portable computer, also known as a notebook computer.
a portable computer small enough to sit on the userâ€™s lap. It has a pop-up screen and is powered by batteries. Laptop computers are popular for travelers as evidenced by the many fee-for-service docking stations appearing in airports. These service centers provide plug-in power, printers, and dial-up connections for getting online.
A laptop is any computer designed to do pretty much anything a desktop system can do but run for a short time (usually two to five hours) on batteries. They are designed to be carried around but are not particularly convenient to carry around. They are significantly more expensive than desktop systems and have far worse battery life than PDAs. Calling a system a laptop implies nothing about its platform. By far the fastest laptops are the PowerPC based Macintoshes. Reference
A portable computer so-called as it can be used while balanced on the userâ€(tm)s lap. Sometimes called a notebook.
A dinky keyboard wedded to a lousy LCD screen, all with bad battery life.
A portable computer bigger than a notebook computer but still light enough to use on your lap. Usually somewhat larger than a sheet of paper, and at least two inches thick.
A portable computer, small enough to sit on the lap, now more often called a notebook computer.
hardware component consisting of a portable notebook-sized computer.
Small and mobile personal computer. Also called a notebook.
A small portable computer with a self contained LCD display.
This is a compact type of computer that can run on batteries that is entirely portable. And they are quite expensive.
A small portable PC that has a keyboard and screen all built into one unit, also known as a notebook PC.
A computer designed to allow employees to easily store vast amounts of customer data in the backseat of a taxicab
A small, portable computer -- small enough that it can sit on your lap. Nowadays, laptop computers are more frequently called notebook computers.
A portable PC, with system unit, screen and keyboard crammed into one small package. They can do pretty much everything a desktop PC can do, but are substantially more expensive because of the extra miniaturisation required. Also called a notebook.
A computer small enough to fit in your lap.
A notebook, or laptop computer is a battery-powered personal computer generally smaller than a briefcase that can easily be transported and conveniently used in temporary spaces such as on airplanes, in libraries, temporary offices, and at meetings. A notebook computer typically weighs less than 5 pounds and is 3 inches or less in thickness. Among the best-known makers of notebook and laptop computers are IBM, NEC, Dell, Toshiba, and Hewlett-Packard. Source: Whatis.com
A computer small enough to sit on your lap. The laptop computer's small size allows you to take it almost anywhere and access the Internet. Great if you travel a lot and don't want to go too long without your e-mail.
A portable computer, usually around the size of an A4 notebook.
A smaller version of a desktop computer with most of the same components and equivalent computing power. Today, laptop computers are often called notebook computers.
A portable computer with wireless internet access. Can be borrowed at the Circulation Desk for free
a portable battery-powered computer that is typically the size of a 3-ring binder, weighs 5-10 pounds, and consists of a screen, keyboard and disk-drives.
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Portable computer which is commonly used with an LCD projector for PowerPoint presentations.
A small computer that you can carry around. A laptop normally has a 'clam shell' construction with a fold-down lid that houses the screen, a keyboard (often slightly smaller than full-size) and a floppy and a hard disk drive. An internal battery pack provides power for a few hours. Most laptop PCs now provide colour screens and as much computing power as a desktop, but with the convenience of being portable
A portable computer: small, lightweight, and powered by either batteries or line current.
A computer small enough to fit completely on your lap.
(Portable) : Portable computer. In 1995 generally of A4 format (21 x 29.7 cm), about 3 Kg.
A computer that has capabilities beyond that of a mobile data computer (MDC).
A small, self-contained computer designed for mobility. Usually smaller and more lightweight than a portable computer and larger and heavier than a notebook computer.
A laptop computer, usually called a notebook computer by manufacturers, is a battery-powered personal computer generally smaller than a briefcase that can easily be transported and conveniently used in temporary spaces such as on airplanes, in libraries, temporary offices, and at meetings. A laptop typically weighs less than 5 pounds and is 3 inches or less in thickness. Among the best-known makers of laptop computers are IBM, NEC, Dell, Toshiba, and Hewlett-Packard.
A laptop computer, also called a notebook computer, is a battery or AC powered personal computer that is generally smaller than a briefcase. These Laptop computers can also be easily transported and conveniently used in temporary spaces such as airplanes, libraries, temporary offices, and meetings. A laptop typically weighs less than 5 pounds and is 3 inches or less in thickness.
A portable personal computer that is small enough to fit in a person's lap.and weighs less than eight pounds.Laptops usually have a flat screen and LCD display, and are powered by a rechargeable battery.They can be connected to a larger monitor or other peripherals when back at the office.
A small, portable computer sometimes referred to as a notebook computer.
n. A small, portable personal computer that runs on either batteries or AC power, designed for use during travel. Laptops have flat LCD or plasma screens and small keyboards. Most can run the same software as their desktop counterparts and can accept similar peripherals, such as sound cards, internal or external modems, and floppy disks and CD-ROM drives. Some laptops are designed to be plugged into a docking station, effectively making them desktop computers. Most have connectors for plugging in external keyboards and full-sized monitors. Older laptops weighed as much as 15 pounds; current laptops can weigh as little as 5 pounds, without peripherals such as floppy disk or CD-ROM drives. While notebook is the current term for ultralight portable computers, these machines are also commonly referred to as laptops. See also portable computer. Compare subnotebook computer.
A laptop computer or simply laptop - (also notebook computer or notebook) is a small mobile computer, which usually weighs 2.2-12 pounds (1-6 kilograms), depending on size, materials and other factors.