[at-l] New laptop (for reading AT-L, of course...)
liteshoe at gmail.com
Wed Nov 24 11:14:55 CST 2010
Thank you! I was hoping you'd chime in, Frank.
Now, tell me why that one computer? Is it durable, with lots and lots of
How do I tell myself?
Re: Apple - don't they get less viruses and stuff? What do you use for
On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 11:11 AM, Frank Looper <nightwalker.at at gmail.com>wrote:
> Asus EEEPC 1005H. 10-inch screen, 9-hour battery life.
> Apple heads are happy due to smugness. They think paying more means getting
> On Nov 24, 2010 10:11 AM, "Jan Lite" <liteshoe at gmail.com> 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
> > 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,
> > 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
> > --
> > "The Ordinary Adventurer"
> > A new backpacking adventure book
> > http://www.FunFreedom.com
"The Ordinary Adventurer"
A new backpacking adventure book
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