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More than likely, you’ve wondered just exactly what a netbook is and how it’s different than a laptop. Here’s the lowdown. A netbook (also called a mini-laptop, sub-notebook, or mobile Internet device) has these key features:
- Compact size and light weight: Netbooks are lighter, usually below or right around 3 pounds, and come in a smaller case than a conventional laptop. The smaller size is achieved with a smaller screen (typically 10 inches or less) and a smaller keyboard that doesn’t have full-size keys. See for the image for a size comparison between a laptop and a netbook.
- Internet ready: As the name suggests, a netbook is ready to connect to the Internet. Netbooks have 802.11 wireless cards and an Ethernet jack for wired connections.
are they networked?is the printer have a wireless connectionis the printer shared on the networkdose your laptop show the printer or is it set up to print on thatneed the answer for the frist 4 in order to help
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