There is some one out there who cares for you and is aware that your shoulders pain when you carry weight of heavy books to school every day.
Hewlett-Packard Co, the No.1 seller of personal computers worldwide, said Monday it’s throwing its weight behind a new class of miniaturized laptops
The machines are so new the industry has not settled on a name for low-cost and scaled-down laptops used primarily for surfing the Internet and performing other basic functions like word processing.
Intel has labeled them “netbooks,” and it expects more than 50 million netbooks to be in circulation by 2011.
HP’s foray comes in the form of a new computer called a “Mini-Note” that weighs less than 1.4 kilograms with a screen that measures 22.6 centimeters diagonally.
Now wouldn’t that be nice, just carrying a mini-note to school?