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It was about three months ago when I had my graduation party All of my relatives were there from my grandma to my cousins-in-law to congratulate my friends and I When my father finally showed up I was very happy to see him but not as happy as I was once he gave me my present It was the thing that about ninety percent of college students own and need a new computer It was not just any old computer however it was a laptop It also had just about every option that you could possibly think of included I could do everything from e-mail my friends to watch DVD movies This laptop has been so essential to me because it saves me both money and time two things a college student needs a lot ofLaptops can actually serve a whole lot of purposes when you think about it One purpose is replacing phone conversations with e-mail or chat rooms This saves everyone a whole lot of money especially when you have a girlfriend who lives over two thousand miles away that you like to talk to often A single conversation can end up costing five dollars and when you talk a lot these conversations add up I tried using a cell phone with one of those special long distance plans limiting me to only so many minutes but it didnt work out I ended up talking way too much on the phone and ran up a bill that drove my parents up the wall Even though you dont hear the precious voices of the ones you love with a laptop you can actually get a lot accomplished You can do things like set up appointments or times to see or meet with people Finally you can also leave messages with your professors without them having to hear your lying pitiful voice of whatever excuse you have for not being at class that dayAnother use
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