So you own a laptop – an older model? Yeah? If you answered yes to that, chances are great that you don’t have any wireless capabilities. And that means you don’t get free internet! Is it time to throw that old laptop out of the window and spend hundreds of hard earned dollars to grab a new one? You can BUT if you want to save yourself from the great expenses that purchasing a new laptop entails and still have wireless internet connection, here are some simple steps that would allow you to configure wireless laptop computer’s connection:
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Are you planning on buying a new laptop? If you have been doing a little browsing or shopping, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the amount of choices that are available.
To help you narrow down your choices, as well as ensure that you are able to purchase the best laptop available, here are the top five laptops of 2010:
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While laptops give you much more freedom than a desktop computer, if you want a computer that is truly portable and always easy to use on-the-go, you need a netbook.
In addition to being extremely portable, the great thing about purchasing a netbook is that there are plenty of quality options that cost less than $400.
To understand exactly what’s available in this price range, here are the top five netbooks under $400: Continue reading Top 5 Netbooks Under $400
Do you need a laptop that you can not only use on the go, but one that is so easy to carry around that you won’t even notice when it’s in your bag? Thanks to all of the advances that have been made within the computing field, there are now plenty of laptops that are extremely light and easy to take with you, but still pack quite a punch when it comes to their performance.
For an ultraportable laptop that you can effortlessly take with you anywhere, here are the five best options available:
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Are you a high school or college student? If so, you already understand the importance of having a reliable laptop to use. While you undoubtedly still use books and textbooks in your studies, education is continuing its shift towards being driven by the Internet. In addition to the wealth of information and knowledge that is available via the Internet, a laptop also helps you to be a more organized student. You can use a laptop to type reports, keep your schedule organized, and communicate with your teachers and other students.
Whether you are looking for a new laptop to upgrade to, or you want to purchase your first laptop, here is a look at the five best cheap laptops for students:
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Being on a budget doesn’t mean that you can’t get a great laptop. On the contrary, if you have a budget of $500, you can find a great laptop that does everything you need it do (and more). If you are looking for an affordable laptop that will take your mobile computing to the next level, don’t worry!
With these 5 laptops all under $500, you’ll get the BEST bang for your buck without boring a hole in your pocket. Have a look and take your pick: Continue reading Top 5 Laptops Under $500
Reliable and affordable – that’s how the creators of the Lenovo Ideapad G555 see their product. And whilst it is currently retailing for under $500, is there a trade off between price and features?
We wanted to find out, because all too often, manufacturers skimp on the hardware features in an effort to bring you lower prices. We’ll investigate whether this is the case, and we’ll let you know our honest opinion in the conclusion of this review.
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If you thought your notebook was thin, think again. The Lenovo Ideapad U550 is redefining standards when it comes to the dimensions of portable computers. Granted, it’s not as slim as the Apple Macbook Air – but then again, that doesn’t really matter.
We recently took the Lenovo Ideapad U550 for a test drive to examine whether or not the thinness was the only thing to rave about when it comes to this notebook. Continue reading Lenovo Ideapad U550 Review
Measuring in as Toshiba’s thinnest and lightest notebook model every, the Toshiba Satellite T215D-S1150 is a technological marvel. Sporting a screen just 11.6 inches diagonally, it is less of a laptop and more of a PDA – which can be carried almost everywhere you go.
We sat down, opened the Toshiba Satellite T215D-S1150 up, and gave it a thorough work over to see exactly what was included inside.
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Want to be inspired? How about the Acer Aspire AS5741Z-5539 laptop to do the trick? This laptop comes with a myriad of features and extras – too many of which there would be to list here. Instead, we’ll cover off the main benefits, so you can decide whether or not this Acer laptop is right for your needs.
Acer Aspire AS5741Z-5539 Specifications and Features
CPU, Memory, Hard Drive
The Acer Aspire AS5741Z-5539 comes standard with an Intel Pentium Dual Core processor, which is the P6000 model. It runs at 1.86GHz, and has a 3MB L3 cache. Whilst most manufacturers have upgraded their systems to processors such as the Core Duo or Quad Core range, for some reason Acer have decided to stick with the lower spec CPU. Continue reading Acer Aspire AS5741Z-5539 Review