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  • 07/03/2020 (Publication Date) - Learning (Publisher)
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A subnotebook is a small notebook with a screen size of up to 13.37″, which corresponds to a screen diagonal of 34 cm. The minimum size is 10,6″ which corresponds to a diagonal of 27 cm. The subnotebooks are much lighter compared to the larger notebooks or laptops. The beginnings of subnotebooks date back to 1989, when Compaq introduced the LTE to the market. At that time still under the usual name “Notebook Computer”, which changed however already short time later. Today, subnotebooks are mostly used as travel notebooks or second notebooks because they are easy to carry on their small size. Especially travellers, who only travel with hand luggage in the plane, appreciate the size, the weight and the width very much. Other names for subnotebooks today are “slim notebook, slim book or ultrabook”. These are particularly thin subnotbooks that are thinner than an average book novel.

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Im top life science sub-notebook (Korean edition)
  • 07/03/2020 (Publication Date) - Learning (Publisher)

Computer, Notebooks & Tablets: Subnotebook Video Guide

Numerous manufacturers of subnotebooks have established themselves on the computer market. First and foremost, the industry is dominated by big names such as Apple and Samsung, but Lenovo, Acer and Asus have also made a name for themselves in this sector. Whereas subnotebooks used to be equipped with a large hard drive memory, this has changed due to the design. The internal memory is very small, on average 32 gigabytes, and is supplemented by a virtual cloud. The advantage of this is that the data stored in the cloud can also be accessed from a home computer, tablet or smartphone. So users of subnotebooks can download and edit their data from anywhere. In some cases, the data can also be stored on an SD card, which is inserted into an integrated slot. The data can also be backed up via an external hard disk. This is connected via a USB cable. Data can also be transferred via Bluetooth or NFC. Both interfaces enable wireless transmission of all data. Apple also offers data transfer via the option “Synchronization” via Wifi (WLan). This allows content from the computer to be synchronized with the smartphone and/or tablet from Apple. As an operating system, Apple relies on its own programs, while other manufacturers rely on the Windows system.

The offers of subnotebooks on the Internet and in electronics stores often sound tempting. But buyers should first compare the models with each other. After all, the subnotebook is supposed to meet your own requirements. When processing, low-cost manufacturers rely on a lot of plastic while high-quality products are equipped with glass, carbon or stainless steel elements. Anyone who travels a lot should definitely pay attention to a robust subnotebook so that the device is not damaged in the event of shocks. A subnotebook case in the right size is essential to protect your notebook from the elements and other events. The bag should also be padded on the inside or have a hard shell on the outside. To meet today’s technical standards, the small notebook should have at least 2 gigabytes of RAM memory, a dual-core processor and sufficient free memory, otherwise the performance will be impaired. A good battery must last at least ten hours without power. The more demanding the work, the higher the software performance should be. A mouse can easily be connected via a stick if working with the touchpad is too difficult. However, this is not necessary, since the settings can be made just as easily using key combinations. Ideally, a good virus program is already included, so with Apple that no further programs are needed for protection.

TOP 5 Subnotebook Bestseller

Im top life science sub-notebook (Korean edition)
  • 07/03/2020 (Publication Date) - Learning (Publisher)
Laboratory work sub-notebook for students aiming to caregivers (2011) ISBN: 4861864569 [Japanese Import]
  • Yumiko Tajiri; Yukiyo Motoda; TetsuroÌ„ Takahashi; Shinko Hishitani (Author)
  • Japanese (Publication Language)
  • 04/01/2011 (Publication Date) - Okayama : FukuroÌ„shuppan, 2011. (Publisher)
Geoscience basic writing sub-notebook (2012) ISBN: 4010347821 [Japanese Import]
  • TomoÌ„ Ariyama (Author)
  • Japanese (Publication Language)
  • 03/01/2012 (Publication Date) - ToÌ„kyoÌ„ : OÌ„bunsha, 2012. (Publisher)
Chemical basis writing sub-notebook (2012) ISBN: 4010347813 [Japanese Import]
  • Jun'ichi Nakamichi (Author)
  • Japanese (Publication Language)
  • 03/01/2012 (Publication Date) - ToÌ„kyoÌ„ : OÌ„bunsha, 2012. (Publisher)
Physical basis writing sub-notebook (2012) ISBN: 4010347805 [Japanese Import]
  • Hiroshi Tsuchiya (Author)
  • Japanese (Publication Language)
  • 03/01/2012 (Publication Date) - ToÌ„kyoÌ„ : OÌ„bunsha, 2012. (Publisher)