What is the difference between an electronic notebook and a laptop?
11-20-2012, 06:03 AM,
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What is the difference between an electronic notebook and a laptop?
Hello Community,

What is the average price for both and the capabilities? If anyone having any suggestions regarding this, please share. I did not get any suggestion from my search so I think you will help me in this discussion forum.

Thank You
Tony Mccallum

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11-22-2012, 07:30 AM,
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RE: What is the difference between an electronic notebook and a laptop?
Hello Guys,

No difference, both are the same thing it is just the different ways people call them. I like laptop. For the prices it can go from $400 to around $4,000 or more. They can do just about anything just depends what parts are inside.
Photoshop
3D content creation

Thanks and Regards
Vicky Milza


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