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Synonyms for notebook



Synonyms for notebook

a book with blank pages for recording notes or memoranda

a small compact portable computer

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Both notebook lines come equipped with ATI's industry-leading MOBILITY RADEON X300 or MOBILITY RADEON X600 PCI Express graphics processors--ensuring high-performing DirectX 9 graphics, low power consumption and industry-proven, feature-rich video processing.
The Mobile AMD Athlon 64 processor 3000+ for thin and light notebooks is the first new processor model manufactured with AMD's 90 nanometer production process, which enables higher performance without increased power consumption.
The new A55 notebooks weigh around six pounds(1) and stand only 1.
Time Computers in the UK will feature the mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processor 2800+ in its Time Traveller 'AR' series of notebooks beginning June 17, and additional computer manufacturers are expected to offer notebooks later in the year.
As part of the company's efforts to deliver the best return for customers' IT investments, HP offers many cost-saving features with all "c"-class business notebooks, including long managed lifecycles for consistent product rollouts, stable images, system management, common "multibay" optional components, common docking, and flexible, wireless connectivity delivered globally.
In addition to AMD power management technology, LifeBook S2000 notebooks will feature a port replicator option for easy docking, a key benefit for business users.
5 lbs, was launched recently in Beijing and will be marketed to women in China as an attractive alternative to traditional larger, heavier notebooks.
Ultraportable notebooks are reaching into new categories of users, but to continue this trend systems must be designed to incorporate better and more compelling technologies for the mobile end users," said Jim Forbes, editor of DEMOletter and producer of DEMOmobile.