Basically...what is /are the difference(s) between a laptop and a notebook?thank-you
Nothing nowadays - just nomenclature - notebook is a more recent term and is often used with the prefix sub. Thus, subnotebook indicates a very small notebook (often half size).
basically all i want to do is run a cdrom on the move or "elsewhere" and provide clipart images to copy from when at work...shouldn't be a problem then ...no?
Get a notebook / laptop with a CD drive and you can use it anywhere...
Laptop is a more descriptive term than notebook for what is the same machine. Normally you can slip a notebook into your pocket, but that wouldn't work with a laptop computer. However, it all depends on your own preference..
Notebook & Laptop seem to be interchangeable terms these days. No differences.Toshiba call them notebooks, and Sony refer to their VAIO range as laptops.
It seemed to me to be a manufacturer issue....given that the spec on either was pretty much the same across the range.thanks gang.
Most PC companies are re introducing the term "notebook" because most modern notebooks get that hot they dont really want you putting them on your lap.Thats pretty much it CheersMav
Right so i got my laptop/notebook...i still have one concern...how hot should these things actually get?
The body of the machine aint so bad, but the "vent?" at the side could heat a small east european province...it's brand new if that's significant.
I have a laptop of my own and another for work. Neither gets too warm, let alone hot, although if you used them on your lap you may risk obstructing the cooling fan outlet.
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