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laptop

a small battery-powered portable COMPUTER.
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Johnson, who now lives in Mirfield, was arrested and during the police inquiry a lap-top computer was found at a lock-up at Holmfirth Mills.
The utilities are especially useful for lap-top computers because their screens are not as easy to read as desktop models.
A spokesman said: "A man was approached by two other men in a dark pick-up van who offered him a lap-top computer for sale and showed it to him.
Lap-top computer owners are being warned to conceal their property when travelling around the city.
Sneak-thieves stole the lap-top computer from Burnopfield Primary School, County Durham, while the pupils were enjoying a Christmas party and carol service on Tuesday.
Laurence Hodson (28) worked at JCB in Uttoxeter and helped himself to a lap-top computer and pounds 150 from drink dispensing machines at one of the company's sites in Rugeley, Stafford Crown Court was told.
The new-style box - really a lap-top computer - has a tiny screen which recognises the holder from the iris in his eye.
The silicon-chip sleuth is a lap-top computer carried to the scene of a crime or accident.
He can't leave the house without his electronic personal Psion organiser or his lap-top computer. And at the end of a hard day he goes home to surf - the Internet of course.
The instruments of speed have become essential components of the managerial scene--fax machine, lap-top computer, word processor, cellular phone, jet plane, express mail, E-mail, phone mail, teleconference, and computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing.
And when 19-year-old loner Charles Greaves found the images transmitted to his lap-top computer were of poor quality, he even put an out-of-order sign on the shower so he could get better pictures of women in the bath.
"It is believed that the thief - or thieves - thought they were stealing a lap-top computer and when they realised it wasn't simply dumped the bag near-by," said a police spokesman.