Laptops are small, compact and portable versions of desktops. They are not as powerful as desktops, but they do have the same basic components. A laptop typically has a CPU, RAM, hard disk drive, CD-ROM or DVD drive and other devices that allow it to connect to the Internet. In terms of size and weight, laptops are usually between 20cm (8 inches) and 36cm (14 inches) wide and 2kg (4 pounds).
#1 – The first type of laptop is one that can be connected to a desktop monitor and keyboard for use as an all-in-one system.
#2 – The second type is one that can be connected to an external monitor but does not have an attached keyboard. It is often used in schools and libraries where there may not be room for a traditional desk setup.
#3 – The third type of laptop is like a tablet PC with the ability to fold into itself so you can easily carry it around with you. These were designed so that people could work anywhere without carrying extra gear around.
#4 – Another type of laptop is called a convertible because its screen rotates 360 degrees in order to give you four different viewing modes: tablet mode, display mode, presentation mode and tent mode. #5 – Finally, another type of laptop is one that folds out from under your arm to create a large tablet that lets you stand up while working. One downside to this style is that it’s too heavy to hold on your lap when sitting down and doesn’t include an attachable keyboard, mouse or stylus. The result is you either need to buy those accessories separately or find somewhere else to set up your workspace.
#1 – There are two types of touchscreen laptops: one that functions like a tablet by sliding down and another which folds open just enough for the touch screen to show.
#2 – All touchscreen laptops come with a special sensor pen which makes navigation easier since tapping things on the screen will require both hands; especially if you’re doing anything more complex than just opening an app, such as editing photos.