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it has been good to me. It offered the
convenience of typing reports and making spreadsheets that my iPad cannot give
me anywhere, even while at the coffee shop.
on the screen. I am now thinking if I
should go to a Dell computer repair or just buy a new one.
the same brand. My netbook which has
been with me for over five years gave me the following which are the things I will
definitely consider when I do decide to get a new one:
holiday season, I am on the lookout for a cheap netbook. However, I do need one with updated
specs. A netbook in the $300 -$400 will
be fine with me.
is small, the netbook I am going to get should deliver. Its size should not mean that it will not
perform as well as the bigger one I use at my office. It should be able to run all the Microsoft
Office programs I always use for my reports fast, make me check my mail and of
course, do some networking on my social media accounts.
four hours, while my older one does not run on batteries anymore. My new criteria is that the battery life has
to last for at least ten hours. I do fieldwork a lot and having a long battery
life is a must-need on my list.
I am a pink person (obviously), so I want a
pink one, although I would settle for other pastel colors, or pantone maybe,
which they say is the color of the year.