Saturday, October 24, 2009

Bajet 2010: Netbook Pakej

huhh.. mentang2 lah bajet 2010 ada cakap pasal pakej netbook utk pelajar terus je ada keyword yg sampai ke blog ni pasal cari netbook. Ok..ok utk tidak menghampakan.. mari kita tengok apa wikipedia definisi kan itu netbook

Netbooks (also called mini notebooks or subnotebooks) are a rapidly evolving[1] category of small, light and inexpensive laptop computers suited for general computing and accessing web-based applications; they are often marketed as "companion devices," that is, to augment a user's other computer access.[1] Walt Mossberg called them a "relatively new category of small, light, minimalist and cheap laptops." [2] By August 2009, CNET called netbooks "nothing more than smaller, cheaper notebooks."[1]

At their inception in late 2007 — as smaller notebooks optimized for low weight and low cost[3] — netbooks omitted key features (e.g., the optical drive), featured smaller screens and keyboards, and offered reduced specification and computing power. Over the course of their evolution, netbooks have ranged in size from below 5"[4] to over 13",[5] and from ~1 kg (2-3 pounds). Often significantly less expensive than other laptops,[6] by mid-2009, netbooks had been offered to users "free of charge", with an extended service contract purchase.[7]

In the short period since their appearance, netbooks have grown in size and features, now converging with new smaller, lighter notebooks.[1] By mid 2009, CNET noted "the specs are so similar that the average shopper would likely be confused as to why one is better than the other,"[1] noting "the only conclusion is that there really is no distinction between the devices."[1]

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