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laptop

a small battery-powered portable COMPUTER.
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Meanwhile, Intel launched the Classmate in 2011, a similarly priced subnotebook with a built-in handle.
An ergonomic evaluation comparing desktop, notebook, and subnotebook computers.
According to the company, the USB PortaCD is the industry's lightest, most portable CD-ROM drive and includes a convenient universal serial bus (USB) connection for laptop and subnotebook computers.
Melard Technologies has developed [SCOUT.sup.2] All-Terrain Subnotebook with 233 MHz of processing power, up to 10 GB of storage, large display with backlighting for outdoor use, and a touch-pad pointing device unavailable on previous SCOUT models.
With expected technological advances, it is conceivable a subnotebook computer will weigh less than 12 ounces and have a 6[inches] x 8[inches] high resolution color screen, making it look and feel like a book that you might read in bed.
The Xpander, used with the 2190, lets users manage wireless data with a low-power laptop, subnotebook or personal organizer.
In today's market, notebook (2.1-3.2 kg), subnotebook (0.9-1.8 kg), and palmtop (0.5 kg or less) computer sales have replaced the desktop computer as most active.
The "subnotebook" ThinkPad |TM~ computer was employed in Norfolk, says Cheatham, to reduce space requirements and allow the PC to be taken on the road.
Therapists use 18 subnotebook PCs outfitted with radio antennas and PC card adapters, mounted on movable carts with baskets for other supplies as well.