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                                                                 About Laptop

Laptops (also called portable computers or notebooks in English) (other terms like ultrabooks or netbooks refer to specific types of laptops) are designed with portability in mind. It was developed in the late 1980s. Flip screen briefcase style with a compact keyboard in a clamshell form factor suitable for mobile use. Small enough to use on your lap. Laptop computers are personal computers that run on batteries or AC power and must be charged via plugs and sockets and must be charged regularly when power runs out.

Laptops were originally monitors with built-in monochrome CRT-based laptop components. Keyboard, touchpad (mouse replacement), USB, graphics card, and sound card, and large battery designed to power your laptop for extended periods of time.

The laptop is more expensive because the technology has to be smaller and more difficult to design and manufacture. If space is limited, it’s worth considering a “portable” computer. It offers the same comfort and performance as a desktop computer but takes up less space.

The notebook is a personal computer that can be easily transported and used from different locations.

Most laptops are designed to have all the features of a desktop computer. This means that you can run the same software and open the same types of files. 

How is a laptop different from a desktop computer? 

Because the laptop computer is designed to be portable, it has some important differences from a desktop computer. The laptop is an all-in-one design with a built-in monitor, keyboard, touchpad (replacing a mouse), and speakers. This means that it works perfectly even when no peripherals are connected.

Laptops are also quicker to set up and have fewer cables in the route.

A regular mouse, a large monitor, and other peripherals can also be connected. There is one big difference in basically turning a laptop into a desktop computer. Easily disconnect peripherals and take your laptop with you wherever you go. The main differences you can expect from the

Touch panel:  A touchpad, also called a touchpad, is a touchpad that allows you to control the pointer by drawing with your finger.

Battery: All laptops have a battery that allows the laptop to run when not connected to a power source. The battery charges whenever you connect the notebook to a power source. Another benefit of a battery is that it can provide backup power to your laptop in case of a power outage.

AC adapter: Laptops usually have a special power cable called an AC adapter designed to be used with a specific type of laptop.

Ports: Most laptops have the same types of ports (such as USB) as desktop computers, but usually have fewer ports to save space.

However, some ports may be different and may require an adapter to use them.

Price: In general, laptops tend to be more expensive than desktops with the same internals. Some basic laptops cost less than desktops, but they are usually much less powerful systems.