Earlier it was the room-size computers, then came desktop computers, and now the time is for laptop. About the development and manufacturing of the laptop; only one thought it seems has been running high some few years ago. And it is the thought – necessity is mother of discovery. According to the wikipedia.org, the definition of a laptop is “A laptops computer is a small mobile personal computer, usually weighing from 1 to 3 kilograms (2 to 7 pounds)” It is worth to mention that the laptops is known all over the orld as “notebooks”. Well, the Notebooks which are smaller than an A4 sheet of paper and weighs around 1 kg are often refer as sub-notebooks; and those weighing around or above 5 kg a desknote are called desktop/notebook.

Moreover, computers – a multi functional gadget which is larger than PDAs but smaller than notebooks are referred as”palmtops”. These is what, the world of computer’s terminology is known by.Buyers who are willing to go for this gadget must know tit-bit about its technical knowledge. First thing they must know is that the laptops run on a single/ unit main battery or from an external AC/DC adapter. The AC/ DC adapter can charge the battery, but at the same time it supply power to the computer itself. And the users does not know all about it. He or she does their work with out any problem. Nevertheless, there are many computers coming which have a 3 volt cell to run other accessories like the clock and other processes in the event of a power failure. So making it safe-computing.

Not to mention the laptop also carries some myths. First: Laptops are not as efficient like the desktop. The answer to this question is : laptops are as efficient as that of the potential of desktop, but they are less powerful for the same price. Purchasers must know that the components of the laptops are very similar in their functionalities to that of a desktop computer. The brownie point about the laptops is that they perform the same functions, for mobile users and for those who swear by efficient power consumption.

Source by Carly Charu