A lightweight personal computer that is smaller and more mobile than a regular laptop. Newer models now include a built-in video camera, microphone, speakers and wireless connections that allow for videoconferencing using the Internet.
A portable computer small enough to fit into an average-size briefcase.
A portable computer about the size of a piece of paper and usually less than two inches thick. Fits in an attaché case.
a small compact portable computer
a battery- or AC-powered personal computer generally smaller
a battery-powered personal computer generally smaller than a briefcase that can be easily transported and conveniently used in temporary spaces such as on airplanes, in libraries, and at meetings
a little smaller than a laptop and does not have a built-in drive so you need to connect the CD-ROM drive with a cable
a mobile personal computer that can be carried along and used anywhere, quite like a notebook
a portable personal computer small enough fit on your lap
a useful thing when you travel a lot and aren't keen on taking your desktop computer with you
A fully functioning portable PC that opens to reveal a screen and keyboard.
The Zetafax server comes with an option to install a fax server onto a notebook computer, so you can send and receive faxes while away from the office. If your PC is not connected to a network fax server, Zetafax will start up locally, using the fax modem in your PC.
Also called laptop computers, notebook computers typically weigh less than 6 pounds and often have lightweight, flat-panel monitors. Notebooks may be plugged in to a power supply but also come with batteries that allow them to run for two to six hours before recharging. These computers meet or exceed the minimum system requirements for a multimedia-capable computer. ()
See Laptop Computer
A lightweight computer slightly smaller than a laptop with similar features such as a pop-up display monitor, battery pack, and disk drives.
A computer the size of a notebook. It is usually smaller and lighter than a laptop.
A portable computer, roughly the size of a sheet of notebook paper in width and length.
A portable computer about the size of a standard ring binder notebook. Although notebook computers do not have expansion slots for hardware modifications, SCSI, Ethernet, ISBN, video caputure, and other hardware options are available on PCMCI cards.
Also called a laptop computer; an extremely lightweight and portable personal computer that comes with a rechargeable battery. Notebook computers are usually more expensive and may not be as powerful as a desktop computer because matching computer capacity in a smaller package is more expensive.
a small portable computer designed to unfold like an open notebook
A lightweight portable computer. Laptop computers are often called notebooks but they are usually heavier.
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