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Tablet PCs Dominate Traditional Notebook Computers are changing the way of the future in every perspective They can be a big help to our education our business and our home-based projects There are a variety of computers out on the market today You can buy a desktop computer which is just a normal home computer or you can buy a notebook which is a portable miniature version of a desktop that can fit on your lap A notebook is the term used for these portable computers but they are also called Laptops Now you can buy a tablet PC which is a computer shaped in the form of a notebook or a slate with the capabilities of being written on through the use of digitizing tablet technology or a touch screen Tablet PCs are changing the way of notebook computers by being easier for students for note taking and easier to manage tasks throughout the day better than an ordinary notebook computer Notebook computers have been on the market for a while now I currently use a notebook computer but I am saving the money for a convertible tablet PC I bought my notebook computer after I graduated in 2005 for about 1500 That is a good bit to spend but computers these days cost that much if you want a fast one It is a Gateway with some upgraded hardware parts My notebook is not out of date yet but I give it 2 years until my laptop is obsolete Notebooks weigh around an average of 8 pounds a pretty heavy thing to walk around with In addition you have extra CD drives and extra accessories to worry about taking with you too These computers can pack a lot of power into them but can only hold a charge for about 3 hours That is unless you upgrade your battery which will extend your batterys life Notebooks were created in the 1970s by
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