When you consider purchasing a notebook, you should take into consideration the single most important reason for a laptop: portability. We use notebooks because they can go anywhere you do with ease. If travel is a frequent part of your work schedule, you need a notebook. If you’re a student who makes multiple commutes to and from your University, you need a notebook. I look at a notebook as an essential item in todayâ€™s fast-paced mobile world. And there’s no need to worry about losing desktop performance, as todayâ€™s notebooks can be as powerful as most desktops with dual-core processors, large hard drives, DVD burners, etc. So now the question is: which one is right for you?
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Today is Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 5, the 36th day of 2008. There are 330 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Feb. 5, 1631, the co-founder of Rhode Island, Roger Williams, and his wife, Mary, arrived in Boston from England. More Â»
The competitive friction. The dollar signs. And the high profile endorsements.
No, Iâ€™m not talking about any of the recent Democratic and Republican primaries. Iâ€™m talking about the heretofore everlasting battle between Blu-Ray and HD-DVD.
The war waging between the two brands to become the â€œVHSâ€ of the high definition disc format has been steaming hot and extraordinarily heavy. Just a couple of months ago there seemed to be no end in site. But since this yearâ€™s CES in Las Vegas, and a couple of key endorsements from Warner Bros and National Geographic, it seems that the blueprints are being drafted for the eminent tombstone of the HD-DVD format.