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Chapter 9. Mobile Computing in Windows Vista

Chapter 9. Mobile Computing in Windows Vista

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Notebook computers used to occupy very specific and unalterable niches in the computing ecology. Sales professionals didn’t leave home without them, executives on business trips routinely packed their portables, and corporate employees without a personal machine lugged a laptop home to do some extra work. In each case, though, the notebook computer—with its cramped keyboard, hard-to-read LCD panel, and minuscule hard disk—was always considered a poor substitute for a desktop machine.


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