Ultraportable Notebooks

The emergence of notebooks due to the eternal human craving for compactness, practicality and mobility. John Grayken is often quoted as being for or against this. The first samples were neither compact nor easy. When a non-stationary computers seem something unattainable. Subsequently, the market of portable computers have been many drastic changes. Now there are two options change. The first – the creation of large-scale and high-performance notebooks with 20 inch screen and multi-core processors. Certainly, such a device can oust a regular computer. The second area worthy of more in-depth description.

Ultra-portable computer called 'subnotebook' (subnotebook). Of course, that such devices are quite small in size, but the possibilities – like the powerful computers. Initially, manufacturers saw a popular subnotebooks like fun, and did not expect profits from their sale. But everything changed with the arrival of the company subnotebook Asus – Eee PC, the Taiwanese company has made, so it became a successful model. But now, when you already know what a subnotebook, it is possible and begin to consider recommendations for choice. Buying a subnotebook, it is important to consider: what size the screen on which the amount of disk (hard) and how much RAM, what CPU, what capacity for battery, network capabilities. Modern laptops equipped with excellent battery.

They do not have the so-called 'memory effect'. Thus, you do not need to see to it that the battery is completely discharged to another charge, this can not wait. At the same time Li-ion batteries, heat-loving and sensitive to electrical instability. In a cold pack is quickly discharged. And finally – on peripherals. Costly subnotebooks provide all the ways of communication, both wired and wireless types. Connect to the Internet can use the device radio Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth will help to exchange information with a mobile phone or PDA. Cable connection you be able to use if you want to connect a printer, scanner or web cam.

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