Laptops That Give You Two Machines For The Price Of One
It used to be that if you wanted to use a laptop as your only computer, you had to make some hard choices. If you wanted maximum power, you'd end up with a laptop that weighed eight pounds and cost somewhere north of $5,000. You could go for something lighter and less expensive, but you'd end up paying a price in features. Processing speed, storage capacity, and video performance were subpar even when your notebook was ensconced in a docking station for hookup to a full-size monitor.
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