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ALSO CALLED: Notebooks, Mobile Computers
DEFINITION: A notebook computer is a battery- or AC-powered personal computer generally smaller than a briefcase that can easily be transported and conveniently used in temporary spaces such as on airplanes, in libraries, temporary offices, and at meetings. A notebook computer, sometimes called a laptop computer, typically weighs less than 5 pounds and is 3 inches or less in thickness. Among the best-known  … 
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Enable Your Workforce with True Anytime, Anywhere Connectivity
sponsored by Dell, Inc. and Intel®
ANALYST REPORT: In August 2008, Qualcomm commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate the benefits that North American businesses have experienced as a result of providing notebook users with mobile broadband connectivity. In this paper you'll hear what IT and telecom/network decision-makers had to say.
Posted: 17 Nov 2009 | Published: 01 Dec 2008

Dell, Inc. and Intel®

Intel IT Technology Center
sponsored by Intel
MICROSITE: The resources compiled here explore ways your organization can work to achieve high performance computing. Read more about boosting server performance, how you can power desktops, increasing mobility and securing client systems. These tools will provide you with information to help your organization deliver the best overall performance. Period.
Posted: 12 Nov 2009 | Published: 12 Nov 2009

Intel

Intel® Core™2 Processor with vPro™ Technology and Windows® 7: Better for Business
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WHITE PAPER: Technical decision makers are faced with many challenges in today's economy: help users get more work done faster and with fewer difficulties, protect the network and individual systems from attacks or malicious code, and much more. Find out how the Intel Core 2 processor with vPro technology complements the new Windows 7 operating system.
Posted: 19 Oct 2009 | Published: 16 Oct 2009

Intel Technology Provider

Increase Productivity by Providing Notebooks Beyond the Road Warriors
sponsored by Intel Corporation
ANALYST REPORT: Read this Forrester analyst report to learn how increased notebook deployments beyond just the road warriors and to the entire enterprise can benefit your company.
Posted: 08 Apr 2009 | Published: 01 Oct 2008

Intel Corporation

Strengthening Enterprise Security through Notebook Encryption
sponsored by Intel Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Implementing notebook computer encryption is significantly less costly than the potential expense of one data breach. Read this paper to learn why Intel recommends adopting notebook encryption and how to implement it in a cost-effective manner.
Posted: 02 Apr 2009 | Published: 01 Dec 2008

Intel Corporation

Proactive PC Support Improves Service and Lowers Total Cost of Ownership
sponsored by Intel Corporation
WHITE PAPER: Read this brief paper to learn about a new IT support delivery tool that reduces response time, boosts employee satisfaction and decreases operating costs. Reduce total cost of ownership using Intel's self-service PC Health Check utility.
Posted: 02 Apr 2009 | Published: 01 Jan 2009

Intel Corporation

Extended Battery Service
sponsored by Dell, Inc.
DATA SHEET: Extended Battery Service gives you the flexibility to extend the terms of your laptop battery coverage for the remainder of your laptop's Limited Warranty, up to three years.
Posted: 09 Jan 2009 | Published: 09 Jan 2009

Dell, Inc.

Best for Business: Security and Manageability on the Chip
sponsored by Intel Corporation
SOFTWARE DEMO: This demo explains how to secure and manage notebooks with Intel Centrino2 with vPro technology and desktops with Intel Core 2 processors with vPro technology.
Posted: 12 Aug 2008 | Premiered: 11 Aug 2007

Intel Corporation
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NOTEBOOK COMPUTERS DEFINITION (continued): …  makers of notebook and laptop computers are IBM, Apple, Compaq, Dell, Toshiba, and Hewlett-Packard. Notebook computers generally cost more than desktop computers with the same capabilities because they are more difficult to design and manufacture. A notebook can effectively be turned into a desktop computer with a docking station, a hardware frame that supplies connections for peripheral input/output devices such as a printer or larger monitor. The less capable port replicator allows you to connect a notebook to a number of peripherals through a single plug.Notebooks usually come with displays … 
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