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>> Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Home users are increasingly turning to notebook computers as their primary PCs, as they like that laptops can offer similar performance and features to those of a desktop PC, and can be easily moved from room to room. Though of course almost any notebook computer will do for typical home use, there are two types of laptops most suitable for home users middle size notebooks, which tend to be budget friendly, and desktop replacements, which are usually packed with features.

To maximize battery life, notebook computer processors are often designed to save more energy and run cooler than desktop processors.

The drawback is slower performance, but more memory can help, which it won't consume energy or radiate heat.

Even better, up to 4GB of RAM can now be found in budget configurations. If you want more memory later, expansion is often a simple procedure.

The central processor (CPU) is the heart of any computer system and an excellent litmus test as to whether a desktop computer or notebook fits your needs. The trouble is, processor names like Athlon and Celeron are as cryptic as system names like Latitude and Pavilion.


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