[at-l] New laptop (for reading AT-L, of course...)

Steve Landis s.landis at comcast.net
Wed Nov 24 09:33:57 CST 2010

Last one I bought was from Tiger Direct - refurbished.  Good value,  no 
problems.   I am not a geek but I raised one. *http://tinyurl.com/2664n4m

On 11/24/2010 10:09 AM, Jan Lite wrote:
> Well, since useful advice is being slung about printers, how about 
> some computer input?
> Xmas is coming, the sales begin... for computers too?
> It's time to replace a computer fried by lightening and give back this 
> borrowed laptop. I'd love some thoughts (no jargon, please, for this 
> barely functional techno-luddite).
> Is there any advantage anymore to a fixed system, or is laptop the way 
> to go?
> If a laptop, I want long battery life, the ability to have multiple 
> tabs open at any time (knowledge junkie), the basic document/office 
> package, not so heavy. Durable. Something I won't have to replace in 
> two years.
> What else do I want? I really am hopeless with this stuff...
> LowTech Shoe
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