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Synonyms for laptop

a portable computer small enough to use in your lap

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Apple MacBook always keeps the leading positions on 2015 laptop market.
Laptop users have to not only enter a password to gain access, but must also correctly fill in the codes for secondary and even tertiary prompts.
If the laptop is stolen or lost, even if it's encrypted, we'll still take the action of notifying people that sensitive information has been lost,'' he said.
No one knows that better than Philip Scrivano, who at one time traveled around the state to repair and fix computer and laptop programs when they were compromised.
We are equipped to help you out with more than 19,500 LCD and LED laptop screens.
Another way to mitigate risk is to think carefully about where and when to bring a laptop.
The reason for the gap can be summed up this way: Last year consumers bought 700 million cell phones but only 50 million laptops.
Check with your school's technology department to find out if it has specific laptop requirements for incoming law students.
Despite the growing number of laptop users and the high-rates of theft and failure associated with laptop use, laptop backup does not yet appear to have risen to the top ranks of IT managers' concerns, according to the survey.
By pre-loading LindowsOS Laptop Edition, Centrino laptops are now available to consumers at lower prices due to the value-inherent nature of desktop Linux.
The XO laptops will be sold to governments and issued to children by schools on a basis of one laptop per child.
The laptop tracking software is fully customizable: Laptop administrators choose which features to activate and can change settings, enabling capture of desired information at certain intervals to meet their unique needs.
After I explain that Miffy Middle School isn't the first school to buy a laptop for every student, the next question is: "Should the laptops go home?
A lot of it comes down to communication--how well the campus or school communicates with the students in advance," says Greg Peters, education program manager at HE "A lot of the time, students get new technology when they leave home for college, so by communicating [about the laptop program] long in advance, there's not likely to be much of a problem.
If your laptop lacks it, you will need to install one by following the instructions provided by the vendor.