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Notebook for business users
Saturday, February 5, 2011 - By

Notebook is a fantastic business tool, especially since modern businesses requires global accessibility which means, for many, a lot of travel.

The notebook is designed to provide optimum technical performance whilst being compact, transportable and user friendly. However, the intended use of the device will affect which type is right for you. Many people are surprised to find that the notebook of their choice does not quite work to their advantage as expected. If used solely for business then the device chosen needs to be able to deal with a high level of information, produce reports, have internet access and be compact and portable. These are standard features, but the shape, size and built in attachments can affect the productivity. The notebook is only an effective tool if it meets the requirements of its user.

If the notebook needs to be mobile for business trips then weight is certainly an issue. The larger the screen chosen then the larger the device in general. This will make the item heavier and more difficult to transport. Decide whether the screen size is really an issue. If you use the notebook for presentations, it is unlikely that these will be presented direct from it. It can be linked up to a screen for better viewing, requiring only the addition of a video output jack. For personal use, a smaller 12 to 14 inch screen should be more than sufficient, and will certainly keep the weight to a minimum. It will also make it more compact and so much easier to transport; especially on aircraft.

Many people are unaware that an inbuilt CD/DVD system also increases the weight of the notebook dramatically. This is an important feature only if the device is used for games and watching films, but if not then this can be an unnecessary requirement. A business only notebook could be purchased without this feature inbuilt, making it much lighter and therefore more portable. The DVD writer can be bought as an attachment, which can then be left behind when surplus to requirements.

Another important issue to note is that notebook relies on a battery and that its size and usage needs to be taken into consideration. If the device is used for business and needs to have information transported regularly through travel, then it is best to choose one that states it is for `mobile` use somewhere in its description. All notebooks are designed to be mobile, but the notebook stating it is for mobile use will use less power. This means that the device will preserve your battery for longer. This also means that it will produce less heat, making it even more business user friendly.

A final option for the business notebook user is a sub-notebook. These are provided with most of the extras detachable so that you can leave them at home when not required. They are much smaller and lighter, and the screen is very small. This makes the keyboard very small also, but increases the portability a great deal. Of course, this is only a viable option if the size does not affect the functionality of the it.

When selecting a notebook, the choices made are personal. However, it is worth considering the information given above so that you can make an informed choice and save disappointment later.

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Laptop Battery Life: How to Get More of It
Saturday, February 5, 2011 - By

Scientists can send a man to the moon, launch satellites into space, and clone life forms, but as of yet, no one has been able to develop a laptop battery that lasts a full working day. If Intel has its way, the 8 hour laptop battery will be available in 2-4 years. In the meantime, laptop users need a solution now for how to increase battery life. Until the eight hour battery makes its debut, there are a few ways that you can get more life from your laptop batteries.

First, there are the obvious solutions like closing software programs that you're not using. Another is to set your computer to hibernate when you walk away. Although most of us realize that we should do this, what normally happens is that the few moments we assume we'll be away from our computer turns into a few hours. Until the longer life laptop battery hits the shelves, using hibernate or standby is one of the most important things you can do to preserve the life of your laptop battery.

To set your Windows computer to automatically go into hibernate mode, open your control panel, select "power options," choose the "hibernate" tab, and check "enable hibernation." After that, click the "power schemes" tab and set the amount of idle time after which you want your computer time to hibernate.

Mac users can set their sleep mode preferences by selecting "system preferences," clicking the energy saver tab, and then clicking "sleep." The earlier you set your computer to sleep, longer the battery will last. Sure, it's a bit annoying to have the screen saver appear after 1 minute of non-use, but when you consider the savings from the laptop battery's point of view, it's a smart trade-off.

Aside from using less power, you can actually condition your battery to retain more power. Just like an Olympic athlete conditions to get into optimal shape, so too can your laptop battery. When you purchase a new laptop battery, it comes to you completely empty of charge. Though most of us can't wait to get back to using our laptops cord-free the moment possible, it's important to let the battery accumulate a full and complete charge.

For the first 2 or 3 cycles only, you'll want to completely deplete your battery before recharging to the max. This "trains" your battery to understand its own power capacity. After those first few cycles, you'll want to recharge your laptop battery, ideally, before it depletes entirely.

When to get a new laptop battery

If you've got to recharge every 2 hours, it's time for a new battery! Most of us put off buying a laptop battery until the computer practically won't hold a charge at all. Buying a laptop battery may not be as interesting a purchase as buying something new for your closet, but once it arrives, you might wonder why you waited so long to make your life so much simpler. Once you get it installed, try out some of these tips. If you treat your new laptop battery well, it may just last until the 8-hour battery finally becomes available.

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Lap top or Desk top which one to buy
Saturday, February 5, 2011 - By

With the advances in computer performance technology moving forward in quantum leaps it has created some difficult questions for us, one is deciding between a laptop or a desktop.

Now, not only do we have the problem of our computers being outdated very rapidly but we also need to decide which route to take.

Let's look at the pros and cons and identify what we will use our computer for so that we will be able to make an intelligent decision about it.

First let's look at the laptop. Obviously the greatest benefit to a laptop that is glaringly apparent is the mobility. This allows you to always be able to take your computer with you to work, school, on vacation, etc. At the same time this portability also allows anyone else the ability to walk off with your laptop as well. If this happens, not only are you out a computer but you have also lost all the data you had on it as well so security is a concern.

Another issue is the price difference. While prices have come down, there will still be a good disparity in the price of a laptop to a comparable desktop so you have to weigh that out as well. The difference is usually $400 or $500. Do you need the mobility enough to pay the difference in price?

Another concern with purchasing a laptop is the availability of parts and how upgradeable the unit is. Don't buy some off brand laptop that you won't be able to buy parts for and don't buy one that you can't upgrade later.

A big issue for me is the size of the screen, yeah size matters. If you get a laptop with a small screen you will be aggravated, trust me. I have a 17" screen on my desktop and a 15" on my laptop and it really makes a difference. You can get a laptop with a 17" screen; it will just set you back a bit more in cash outlay.

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The Benefits Of Aluminum Laptop Cases
Saturday, February 5, 2011 - By

People who take their laptops on the road with them would benefit from purchasing products like aluminum laptop cases. We put a lot of information on our portable personal computers and we also put quite an investment in the products. It only makes sense that we protect these valuable items as much as we possibly can.

Investing aluminum laptop cases may seem a little over the top. After all, these products can run a few hundred dollars. Some are even more expensive than refurbished laptop computers are to begin with. However, when you consider everything that goes into your portable PC then you may rethink your outlook on the investment.

There are those of us who may be perfectly satisfied with using a simple soft case that offers adequate protection from casual daily use. However, so much can happen when you take your computer on the road. If you find yourself traveling with laptop in tow for more than one or two days each week you might want to invest in something that will protect your investment like aluminum laptop cases.

In order to insure that your laptop computer is kept protected from the elements when you take it out on a daily basis you can consider the benefits of investing in aluminum laptop cases. After you consider the benefits of these products you may find yourself looking for one for your own use.

First of all, the aluminum laptop cases are made of sturdy material that will take more punishment than any soft carrier. The metal holder is designed to absorb shock and this can save your precious computer from serious damage. One incident that damages your laptop can cost you an awful lot of cash. If your computer is protected from just one jolt then the aluminum laptop case has already paid for itself.

What I love about these products is the peace of mind in knowing that my laptop is adequately protected from harm when I am outdoors. I take my computer everywhere and I used to lose sleep over the idea of having a mishap when away from home. Aluminum laptop cases were the perfect solution to the travel dilemma. I now feel safe and secure knowing that my laptop is protected.

Another benefit to these aluminum laptop cases is their attractive designs. The sleek cases are offered in silver tone or a smoky metal tone that reminds me of charcoal. I chose the former for a stylish look that offers a little shine. It is great to know that the aluminum laptop cases not only offer protection. They offer style as well.

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