A ASUS laptop computer model Missing with processor Intel, sometimes called a notebook computer by manufacturers, is a battery- or AC-powered personal.
it is 11th with Core i3 comprises of total 4 GB GB and type of RAM is DDR4. Though SSD is 256 GB but HDD is 0 GB.
it comes with Windows os with 32-bitbit and can be bought at aka pc . the old price was 52990 INR but after new offer discount of 20% it is coming at price 41990 INR.
some more specifications are:
display size: Missing
msoffice : No
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Alternatively referred to as a notebook, a laptop is a portable computer that is more efficient and nearly as powerful as a desktop computer. Portable computers run off AC power or batteries such as NiMH, NiCad, or Li-ion packs, for several hours.
As shown in the picture, the Dell Latitude D610 notebook has everything needed for normal operation. It has an LCD screen, keyboard, and touchpad. Although a laptop may have multiple external devices and cables connected, no external connections are required for standard usage.
Today, most laptop computers are becoming thinner and lighter to help compete with other devices, such as tablets. Some laptops, especially those with smaller form factors, may be also be called notebook computers.
Intel also sells a line of ultra-thin laptops under the name Ultrabook.
What was the first laptop or portable computer?
The IBM 5100 is the first portable computer, which was released in September 1975. The computer weighed 55-pounds and had a five-inch CRT display, tape drive, 1.9 MHz PALM processor, and 64 KB of RAM. The picture is an ad of the IBM 5100 taken from a November 1975 issue of Scientific American.
The first truly portable computer or laptop is the Osborne I, which was released in April 1981 and developed by Adam Osborne. The Osborne I weighed 24.5-pounds, had a 5-inch display, 64 KB of memory, two 5 1/4″ floppy drives, ran the CP/M 2.2 operating system, included a modem, and cost $1,795.
The IBM PCD (PC Division) later released the IBM portable in 1984, its first portable computer that weighed 30-pounds. Later in 1986, IBM PCD announced its first laptop computer, the PC Convertible, weighing 12-pounds. Finally, in 1994, IBM introduced the IBM ThinkPad 775CD, the first notebook with an integrated CD-ROM.
The first Apple laptop, the Macintosh Portable, was released in September 1989. Due to its size and cost (roughly $6500), it was not very popular. Apple changed its approach to laptop development and, in October 1991, released the PowerBook line of laptops. They released the PowerBook 100, PowerBook 140, and PowerBook 170, which were better received in the computer market.
Different parts of a laptop
- Screen (e.g., LCD)
- Ports (left side and right side)
- Power button
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