Laptops have become a firm friend of anyone who likes to take their working, or gaming, experience with them wherever they go. The portable computers now face a challenge however, from a new generation of technology – the Netbook. While laptops and Netbooks may look and sound alike to the average user, they actually offer very different experiences so it’s important to make sure you do your research and find out which is best suited to your needs before you part with your cash. Essentially, finding out whether a laptop or a Netbook is better suited to you means having a look at what you’re habits are and what you’re planning on using it for.
A laptop tends to offer all of, or close to all of, the functionality of a desktop computer. In fact, an increasing number of people are ditching their desktops and replacing them with computers they can surf on as they sit on the sofa in front of the TV. While this means that laptops can handle plenty of programmes and tend to have decent sized memories; this also means that the smaller the laptop is physically, the more it costs.
Designed to be smaller, faster and cheaper than your average laptop; Netbooks are ideal for those who are looking for computers that offer lots in the way of connectivity, but don’t need many functions or applications. They are particularly popular with people who rely heavily on being able to check their e-mails or work online and are also a favourite for people looking for ways to engage in social networking on the go.
In short, laptops are ideal for people who are looking to replace their desktops, who do a lot of complex work on the go – for example designers or artists who need to use graphics applications and people who want to be able to do a lot of work offline too. Netbooks are perfect for people who want a lightweight way to get online quickly. They may do a lot of online work or use cloud computing technology, such as Google Docs, heavily, making a computer with high connectivity crucial.
Choosing between high spec laptops such as Mac Books and speedy netbooks such as the Samsung R580 doesn’t have to difficult, you just need to make sure you definitely know what you plan to use your new computer for before deciding to buy.
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Director | Millicent Hailes
Producers | Sam Green & Knia Bonds
Production Company| RiTE Media
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Label Commissioner| Capitol Records – Kevin Kloecker
Director of Photography | Justin Dombrowski
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