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The emergence of thin and light notebook has both world-traveling executives and campus walk students have a computer handy companion at their side at any time allowed. This extremely portable devices offer people the opportunity to notebooks pull when they need to answer an important e-mails from one long-haul flight, or be hit with a dose of inspiration for domestic work, while wandering across the campus. The construction of thin and light notebooks not only make them easy to bring wherever you go, but they also require minimal operating space that pretty much any time and can be used anywhere.In addition, the portability is not the only remarkable characteristic of this breed of notebook computers, they are also known for providing high performance and providing a whole lot of style. With such wonderful awards, one should expect that this thin and light notebooks are definitely not for cheap. Here are some of the most impressive are those that provide the most bang for every dollar. MacBook Pro from Apple (Available Summer 2009)
Apple’s latest MacBook Pro is equipped with a 2.26GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 2 GB RAM (DDR3 SDRAM), an Nvidia GeForce graphics card (9400M) , 160 GB hard drive space and a 13-inch screen. This is an updated version of the famous MacBook and the addition of the word “Pro” is brought about by the incorporation of new features, and a lowered base price. The MacBook Pro’s unibody construction and its large multi-touch trackpad is an excellent combination of style and substance.It is his hands on this particular MacBook Pro for about receiving 200th X340 (Black) by MSI
The X340’s ultra thin design provides the same glossy appearance of the likes of Dell Adamo or the MacBook Air, however, consumers will be more than glad to know that they can achieve in the same style, with these estimated laptops for about half the price. With a standard 13-inch screen, the MSI X340 is one of the cheapest slim-and-thin laptops in that particular category. This does not necessarily mean that the features and functions are at risk. The X340 will be sporting the latest processor from Intel in the form of the much awaited ULV (1.4 GHz, Core 2 Duo), that will be running next to a respectable 2 GB of DDR2 RAM.Pavilion dv3510nr HP
With a 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 3 GB DDR2 RAM on board, the HP Pavilion dv3510nr and Best Buy’s successful team-up result of the shop’s first laptop with Blue Label award. This honor was not at the Pavilion dv3510nr freely given, as it has with some of the most advanced notebook on the market today is equipped. These include eSATA and HDMI ports, a fingerprint reader, a backlit keyboard, a remote, and a Centrino 2 platform. Although it has a compact design, there is still plenty of room for a considerable keyboard and long battery life.
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