Is 14.1" laptop to big for portability 1637
My post was not related to any individual, in fact it would help most.
I have quite a few laptops, design networks for a living and code in 12 languages, so what works for me would not work for everyone when you consider weight.
I personally hate lugging around a 17" Screen, but, since it has a P4-HT in it, not a mobile P4, not a centrino, it allows me to run Windows 2003 Server, MS SQL Server, Oracle, web services, share point, etc.... and it doesn't have any performance issues.
I have one doctor client that has a 12" display laptop, and I've made more money in service calls off of it than any other two or three non- 12" laptop units combined - since everything is external and-or USB, since he has to have the latest, and has 9 USB devices, it's always having problems... I attribute this difference to all the external connections that are not necessary in a larger unit with the CD-Floppy, video, etc....
Is 14.1" laptop to big for portability 1639
first of all, be aware that there are 14.1" and 12.1" screen sizes in both traditional 'square' format for wide perspective. the 14.1" square represent the best value and...
In most cases there are only a couple questions, and they deal with size of the display and how much you're willing to put up with. While weight is a factor for many, it should not be the driving factor.
Is 14.1" laptop to big for portability 1638
I currently have a 14" Inspiron 630m. About a month ago I sold my 12" Inspiron 700m. The difference is very noticeable. I could...
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