I choose a notebook computer over a desktop computer and a tablet computer because it’s portable and stationary, has a keyboard and a monitor and is powered by batteries. My decision is based on needs, price, and similarity. A notebook computer will help me get my work done not only for school but for business purpose as well. Notebook computers are portable, thin, and lightweight. They also take up less space and are easier to transport from room to room and place to place. My decision also are based on finance, budget, and saving money. I don’t need something fancy; I just need something that will get the work done and help me manage my funds in the process. A desktop computer holds the same similarity as a notebook computer but a desktop computer are built heavier than a notebook enabling me to carry it from place to place and will take up much space trying to transport it around. To me a tablet computer seems to serve the same purpose as my smart phone and a good tablet computer can be pretty pricey. There are many new tablet computers that you can get with a keyboard connection, but it looks like a mini netbook with the same feathers. Tablet computer has touch sensitive screen where you would have to use a styles or your fingers. My smartphone have the similar features so I really don’t have the need for a tablet computer. I can say since consumers are coming up with many different tablets, if I choose to get one in the future I will plan on saving because the price of value will decrease.
The notebook I choose is a winter blue with the HP 2000, I will get genuine HP reliability for your social networks, web surfing, video chatting and more. Enjoy movies on the brilliant HD widescreen display amplified by Altec Lansing speakers. Access new experiences with the HP 2000. HP 15.6" 2000-2b09wm Laptop PC. Some key features and Benefits, AMD E-300 accelerated processor 1.30GHz, 1MB L2 Cache 2GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory (expandable to 8GB) Gives me the options for surfing, video conferencing, documents, basic photo editing and simple computer tasks. 320GB SATA hard drive, store 213,000 photos, 91,000 songs or 168 hours of HD video. SuperMulti DVD Burner, watches movies, and read and writes CDs and DVDs in multiple formats. 10/100Base-T Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN. Connect to a broadband modem with wired Ethernet or wirelessly connect to a WiFi signal or hotspot with the 802.11b/g/n connection built into. 15.6" widescreen HD Bright View LED-backlit display AMD Radeon HD 6310 Discrete-Class Graphics with up to 948MB total graphics memory. Built-in True Vision HD webcam, 2-in-1 memory card reader, 3 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x headphone-out, 1 x microphone-in, 1 x RJ-45 Ethernet port, 1 x VGA port, 1 x HDMI port, 6-cell lithium-ion battery. The software is Microsoft Windows 8 Operating System. Microsoft Office 2010 but will have to purchase Microsoft Office to activate Office software on this PC. Norton Internet Security are only subscripted for 60-day. After that I will have to purchase another one as well. Also this notebook comes with a HP Recovery Manager. The price for this HP laptop with AMD E-300 Accelerated processor and Windows 8 now is $288.00. I also have 60 days to purchase the internet security and Windows which will also help me save money. Since I have a wireless connection at home I can use the Wi-Fi to get internet connection. If I should take my notebook computer with me I can purchase an air card from my cellular provider. This notebook computer has all the functions I need to get my school and work done properly and the price will not hurt my pockets. If I should need more space, I can easily add an external hard drive that will give me more storage space.
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