by Jeffrey L. Wilson on May 6, 2009
It’s easy to become enthralled with the latest and greatest in notebook technology (such as large-capacity solid state drives, quad-core CPUs, and Blu-ray), but several of the more mundane aspects of mobile computing that we use every day (and often take for granted) were once considered cutting edge. Even the ubiquitous touchpad didn’t exist in the early days of notebooks.
Join us on a journey through mobile computing’s short but vital history, as we highlight the landmark laptops that forever changed how we interacted with PCs.
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