The phrase notebook computers refers to computing devices that are more lightweight and portable than traditional desktop PC systems. Also called laptops, notebook computers now fill a computing role between traditional desktop PCs and smaller devices like tablet computers and smartphones.
From Apple notebook computers like the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro to PC notebook computers from companies like Dell, HP and Lenovo, our notebook computers dictionary offers a glossary of key terms you need to know.
- Acer Iconia a100 Android tablet
- battery pack
- computer support
- detachable screen laptop
- digital ink
- docking station
- Google Chromebook Pixel
- laptop computer
- Linux laptop
- Linux OS (Operating System)
- Lithium-Ion battery
- NiCad battery pack
- NiMH battery pack
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