Getting Your Own 17 Inch Notebook
I have just recently gone out and bought a 17 inch notebook, and so far have been fairly impressed with its quality. It is definitely superior to the old IBM Thinkpad that I owned years ago. Back then, laptop computers were pretty...
How to buy the perfect PC
PCs have become a staple in every home. Without PCs, you will find it hard to stay connected and to even do the work required of you in school or in the office. With so much PC packages being shoved to our throat every time we...
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Find The Best Computer Hardware
In our age, owning a personal computer is something that most people have the luxury of. In fact, I know several people who have multiple computers in their home and at their office. As the popularity of computers and the internet have grown in the past decade, so has the need of the people in having a computer to call their own. Sure, they can go to a local computer shop and purchase a desktop... [Read more of this review]
Get A Computer Flat Screen You Will Not Regret It
There really isn’t any reason not to get a computer flat screen if you are putting together a new computer. The amount of money you save by choosing a CRT monitor won’t be very much anymore, and you’ll have a bulky piece of hazardous waste to contend with as a result.
I strongly suspect that CRT monitors (and CRT televisions for that matter) are going to slowly phase out of the market and... [Read more of this review]
Laptop Essentials! Five Basic Accessories to Think About
Everybody, it looks like, has a laptop today, and if you don’t have one, you most likely are thinking of buying one. As if it’s not difficult enough to choose from the many types and brands of laptops out there, you are also confronted with the many accessories that are available for one to. Of the overwhelmingly large amount of accessories out there, it can be certainly overwhelming... [Read more of this review]
Read This Before You Buy A Laptop
Looking to buy a laptop? Congratulations! So, do you want a thin-and-light notebook, a mainstream notebook, an ultra portable notebook, or a business notebook? And do you want that in a Dell, a Gateway, an IBM, a Sony, or a Toshiba, to name just a few of your options?
Confused yet? It really can be overwhelming. But buying a laptop doesn’t have to mean learning a whole new language. It just means... [Read more of this review]
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