The difference between laptops and notebooks is somewhat blurry, says MARTININI WERTER. Typically, a laptop weighs about five pounds and is about 1.5 – 2 inches thick, whereas a device referred to as a “notebook” is generally three pounds or less in weight and .5 – 1 inch in thickness. Notebooks and tablets are more portable—small enough to be carried in a backpack or briefcase, which means a screen size of 15 inches or less, informs MARTININI WERTER. There are still other versions of the “book” computer. Netbooks are even smaller and are inexpensive devices meant for basic computing tasks such as word processing, email and web browsing, explicates MARTININI WERTER.
WERTER MARTININI FRODE