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laptop

a small battery-powered portable COMPUTER.
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The Actius AV18 expands Sharp's family of ultramobile notebook computers by providing a powerful Actius computer at a budget-friendly price.
The first notebook computers to use Sonata batteries are expected to ship this summer.
This year, the production value of Taiwan's notebook computers will drop 6.
The new features in Windows Vista and Toshiba's innovative notebook computers offer consumers increased productivity and the opportunity to create, manage and share information and experiences like never before.
NEC engineered the Versa DayLite and Versa UltraLite notebook computers with the Transmeta Crusoe processor to leverage the chip's advanced Code Morphing Software and LongRun Power Management that matches system performance levels with application demands, significantly lowering power consumption while helping to conserve battery life.
The Power Plant 12V, 5Ah thin rechargeable SLA battery can power notebook computers (up to 3.
Versa notebook computers are ACPI compliant and are shipped with only the operating system and critical software pre-installed.
The creator of the winning design will receive a $10,000 grand prize, an Inspiron(TM) notebook computer and their own personalized skin.
Panasonic has delivered reliable, durable mobile solutions through its Toughbook(R) line of notebook computers for thirteen years and has expanded the boundaries of wireless technology through a broad portfolio of products, ranging from fully rugged, industrial strength notebook computers and tablet PCs to thin and light semi-rugged notebooks.
Having met their stringent development and performance requirements, Antenova's seven-band antenna was chosen for its new slimmer, lighter and more powerful notebook computers with integrated mobile broadband technology.
PortalPlayer develops semiconductor, firmware and software platforms for portable multimedia products such as personal media players and secondary display-enabled notebook computers.
Except for the historical information contained herein, the matters set forth in this press release, including, but not limited to, statements regarding the availability of Windows Vista and Windows SideShow, the availability of notebook computers with Preface technology platform functionality, the timing of the introduction of notebook computers containing the Preface technology platform, the creation of new Windows SideShow applets and applications using the PortalPlayer developers program reference design, and the anticipated performance of implementations of the Preface technology platform are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.