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Old 09-16-2012, 03:51 PM   #74
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Device: Paperwhite (main), Moto X Play, Lenovo Tablet
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Originally Posted by Elfwreck View Post
CPU etc in netbooks is now rivaling laptops, and often beats laptops of just a few years ago.

The only coherent difference I've seen mentioned is that netbooks don't have CD drive. (No idea if that's a universal standard, but that's how it was described to me.)
No CD drives in either of the 2 I have had, but USB ports, card slot (with adaptor for microUSD), wired plugin, headphone/speaker plug, quite a nice little computer. It'd bug the heck out of someone who wanted to play games where blazingly fast graphics were key, but for me, I just do my regular stuff on this and it suits me.

Yes, My husband says that there is faster CPU in the newer ones.

And yes, on a tablet, typing stuff like I do now would give me hand cramps. I like real keyboards, not some glorified texting gizmo.
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