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The Differences Between A Laptop And A Notebook

Discussion in 'PROGRAMMING' started by hardeygokeh, Apr 8, 2018.

  1. hardeygokeh

    hardeygokeh Teams

    Developers originally designed
    laptops to be scaled-down versions of desktop computers that fit in a
    person's lap.
    Notebook computers were developed to fit into a briefcase and have basic functionality for taking notes for business or school.
    Laptops have integrated DVD players,
    and this feature is not included in
    notebook computers .
    The exception is that notebooks often have a connection area that makes it possible to connect an external DVD player.
    Generally, Dell, ASUS, HP, Alien ware and Compaq make laptops while companies like Samsung and Apple create notebooks .
    Laptops have between 1 and 8 GB of RAM whereas notebooks often have
    considerably less depending on the brand and type.
    Laptop screens can be as large as 19 inches, but notebook screens generally are only as large as 15 inches though most of them tend to be smaller than that.
    Laptops need their own cooling systems due to the significant
    processing power they have inside. Notebooks tend not to have cooling systems that are nearly as complex since their processing power does not require it..

    That's it Guys ..Have a nice day
     
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