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laptop

a small battery-powered portable COMPUTER.
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The basic aim of the scheme is to promote the use of laptop and ICT for higher education and research by bridging the digital divide.
The first phase of the laptops scheme had been initiated in educational year of 2013-14 and it was decided to distribute 100,000 laptops in each FY of the government.
However, if you seek the slimmest laptop in the world, the Hp Spectre 13 is the one you should go for.
Speaking about their repair service the company spokesperson said, "There is no need to get a new laptop immediately if you have broken the screen.
With regard to private or sensitive information, the best--and obvious--solution is not loading it on a laptop unless absolutely necessary to perform the work.
A laptop, stolen in July from a physics professor's home, contained the names and Social Security numbers of 3,020 students.
The incident followed the theft two months ago of a laptop containing personal information on county employees from the home of a community and senior services employee.
Other companies have a system that can track if a laptop is stolen or lost and even remotely eliminate sensitive information on the laptop.
Microsoft is urging laptop and desktop makers to add power-efficient flash memory drives to store often-used programs.
You're on a crowded shuttle bus and place your laptop with your other luggage.
The price of a laptop will vary depending on your hardware needs.