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notebook

Computers
A notebook-sized computer.

Research
A book in which research data is recorded or otherwise documented.

notebook

Informatics A small laptop computer, see there Research A book in which research data is recorded or otherwise documented. See Raw data. Cf Logbook.
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Halifax, Canada, August 28, 2019 --(PR.com)-- Sprintbooks offers creative fully customizable notebooks at their website www.sprintbooks.co.
In addition to this, sound comes alive on the Notebook 7 with Dolby Atmos audio, while an additional SSD slot1 offers you the option to increase your storage.
The Samsung Notebook Odyssey comes packed with all the hardware gamers need to emerge victorious from every battle: the latest IntelA 8th generation hexa-core i7 processor to keep even the most intense games running smoothly, and a high-end NVIDIAA GeForce RTXao 20-series GPU.
So far, the two new Samsung notebooks will have great specs and a good-looking appearance.
The Samsung Notebook 9 comes in three screen sizes.
On a machine with Jupyter installed, if you type "jupyter notebook" at the command line, you'll see the image at the top of the page.
"The print shop that prints my covers, the one that prints the inside pages of the notebook and the one that combines and finishes off the notebooks are all three separate print shops," she explained.
Effective use of STEM notebooks requires that teachers plan how the notebook will be used as well as the amount of time it will take for students to engage in meaningful writing.
Ultrabooks will represent 43% of global notebook PC shipments by 2015, up from 2% in 2011 and 13% in 2012.
With notebooks becoming even more and more powerful in terms of performance, it may soon just be chosen by consumers as a viable option to buying a full desktop PC.
Here is an enlightening guide from Samsung Electronics on how to shop for your next notebook.