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I opened the front door, and there was a little man with his mouth open to speak and his notebook open to write in.
says Groove, another amateur of quieter look, taking out his notebook to enter it, for our friend Rattle sometimes forgets these little things.
You were seen- -you were observed with your notebook, impassible, taking notes.
I took that notebook, and ran down the stairs on tiptoe.
Mr Pancks, who was always in a hurry, and who referred at intervals to a little dirty notebook which he kept beside him (perhaps containing the names of the defaulters he meant to look up by way of dessert), took in his victuals much as if he were coaling; with a good deal of noise, a good deal of dropping about, and a puff and a snort occasionally, as if he were nearly ready to steam away.
When selecting the right graphics processor to complement these notebooks we needed a solution that easily powers the most intense digital entertainment experiences," said Jonathan Kaye, manager of product marketing, Personal Systems Group at HP.
By winning five of nine Editors' Choice awards in this review of 68 notebooks, TI dominated all other notebook PC manufacturers.
Toshiba and Microsoft Collaborated to Develop Windows Vista([TM]) Inspired Notebooks to Offer Customers the Ultimate Mobile Computing Experience
The new Mobile AMD Athlon 64 processor 3000+ for thin and light notebooks enables a powerful 32-bit computing experience today with a seamless transition to 64-bit computing.
Using the Symyx Discovery Notebook, chemists in pharmaceutical discovery research can plan, record and analyze research, experiments and procedures more efficiently and effectively than with traditional paper lab notebooks.
The lightweight Satellite A55 Series notebooks offer Intel(R) Centrino(TM) mobile technology providing users with increased speed, advanced wireless connectivity and extended battery life to increase productivity or the entertainment experience.
Based on the success of this initial model, HP has since included AuthenTec fingerprint sensors across its commercial notebook line, shipping millions of notebooks across multiple models.