- n. Plural form of laptop.
“I have an adaptor, and the transformer on nearly all laptops is 100V - 240V, so I don't even think about it.”
“Initial price of laptops is closing in on desktops, but upgradability means I pay less in the long term.”
“The FN key on laptops is not always blue and the things it controls vary from one manufacturer to another.”
“Downside of business laptops is that they look dull and lack high end graphic cards.”
“The Mira EV was powered by an assembly of 8,320 cylindrical lithium-ion batteries (Sanyo No. 18650) that are normally used in laptops and other electronic devices.”
“I know we've already talked about this too much, but I remember that one of the arguments for keeping laptops is that kids are more used to typing than writing their notes.”
“These programs come down from the Internet cloud, sent by a growing army of software companies eager to deliver powerful tools to Web browsers in laptops, netbooks and smartphones.”
“Recently I got one of these new System 76 ultra-thin laptops, the Lemur:”
“And I also suspect that, in Hermosillo, 'having friends' with whom you can test your laptops is not a given.”
“A cheaper solution would be for the collectivist “we” to invest in laptops and video conferencing software for everyone in the US.”
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