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by MoP Editorial Staff | on January 17, 2016

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Have you seen the first computer on the planet? If you have seen the first computer in the “books” or in the "Museum", then you better realize its size, its usage and its compatibility. In the late 90s computers was not too fast, good and little as they are now in the market. In the recent years computer industries have made a lot of developments, you can find computer with any size and with rocket like speeds. Today there are many types of computers in the market such as Netbooks, Notebooks and Laptops and I think there is coming more in the types of computers. Today we will discuss difference between these all types of computers and will take a detailed comparison of these types of computers, Below is the Netbooks VS Notebooks VS Laptops - the Ultimate Comparison.

Netbooks VS Notebooks VS Laptops - The Ultimate Comparison

The main thing is look of the gadgets because first of all people consider this thing before buying anything, especially while buying a car and a computer. If the look and design and of the thing is attractive then more will buy this one. Now come to the look, design and size of the netbooks, notebooks and laptops. Netbooks are usually light weight computers, with less sized screens, usually ranges from 5-12 inches screen. When come to notebooks and laptops for discussing size and look, then we will realize that these are reasonably more sized then netbooks, usually ranged from 11-17 inches screen.

Performance is the most considered feature before buying some computer, mostly people keep their type of work in their mind to get the best system to manage their work. If you have some light work to do on computer then netbook is for you, but if you have to do some average work to do like photo editing or video editing then notebooks are for you but if you want get true alternative for your home PC then you better go for the laptops. Netbooks usually contains 1-4 GB of RAM but on the other hand Notebooks and Laptops have 1-8 GB of RAM. When you come to the processors then we realize that, Netbooks have normal processor which are enough for light works like they have AMD Fusion or Intel Atom like processors which do not eat much battery. But unlikely Notebooks and Laptops have Quad Core processors like i5 or i7. Any types of Hard drives can be installed in all the types of these computers with your own desired drive size.

This is also another great thing we should keep in mind before buying best computer for work. If you do not use use CD and DVDs usually then netbook can help you because there price is low, otherwise if you want a built in CD and DVD ROM then better go for notebooks and Laptops. Because these Netbooks do not contain optical drives but you can found this thing in notebooks and Laptops.

Every one wants to keep the lighter thing while moving ( I think they do not want to exercise by keeping heavy things always with them ) . If you want lightest computers then netbooks are the lighter weight computers, notebooks are average weight and Laptops again have little bit more weight then netbooks and notebooks. Netbooks usually weigh up to 3-4 pounds, notebooks usually weigh up to 4-5 pounds and laptops weigh between 4-10 pounds ( Its huge ). Now come to the battery life of all these computer types, the netbooks usually keep themselves live for about 8-12 hours and notebooks and laptops usually support for about 4-6 hours averagely.

This is the most important thing for every buyers because every one wants to use less money but want to get the best. If you are a student, or a teacher, a office worker, a internet user or from other users types who usually do light work on the computer then better go for netbooks. Because on netbooks you can get all of the essential features for you with low price as these netbooks ranges from only £150 to £ 400. But if you are a programmer or a editor then notebooks and laptops are better for you but they are costly, there price ranges between £ 300 - £ 1000 ( Sounds Good ).
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As We said earlier that if you have a light work to do on your computer then you should buy netbooks because these are affordable but if you have some professional like work to do then better go for Laptops and notebooks because you can get all the features in them with best compatibility options. So, this is the Netbooks VS Notebooks VS Laptops - The Ultimate Comparison, we hope you will like the stuff but stay in touch with us because there is coming more, but keep in mind your comments will be highly appreciated. - more -

President Musharraf announces resignation - 1430 PST, Monday, August 18, 2008 - President Musharraf announces resignation: ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf announced in a televised address to the nation Monday that he had decided to resign after nine years in power to avoid the threat of impeachment. "After viewing the situation and consulting legal advisers and political allies, with their advice I have decided to resign," a grim-faced Musharraf said, backed by Pakistani flags and a portrait of the country's founder. "I leave my future in the hands of people." Musharraf made the shock announcement after denying that any of the impeachment charges against him could stand and launching into a lengthy defence of his time in power. "Not a single charge in the impeachment can stand against me," Musharraf said. "No charge can be proved against me because I never did anything for myself, it was all for Pakistan." He said that there was now law and order in the country, that human rights and democracy had been improved and that Pakistan was now an crucial country internationally. "On the map of the world, Pakistan is now an important country, by the grace of Allah," he said. The President dismissed the “false allegations” being leveled against him by the coalition government and said he was neither afraid of the charges against him, nor shy to face these through impeachment. “For me it is always Pakistan first”, Musharraf said and added that politics of confrontation must come to an end and instead a policy of reconciliation be pursued. He stressed immediate measure be taken to arrest the economic downturn and said the nation has the resilience to withstand any challenge. He said it was not a time to show bravado, but to get serious as country’s dignity was at stake, the office of Presidency would bear the brunt. “For 44 years I have safeguarded the country and will continue to do so.” “No charge sheet can stand against me. Not even a single charge can be proven against me as I have full trust in Allah Almighty and I did everything with the belief of Pakistan First.” The President said he took all decisions with consultation, took all stakeholders onboard, on the most difficult decisions. “All stake holders, whether they were soldiers, politicians, bureaucrats, members of civil society, Ulema were consulted in all decisions. “I have nothing to worry about the charge sheet,” Musharraf said. - click for more information and source -

Wana Missile strike death toll rises to 20 Sunday, March 16, 2008 SOUTH WAZIRISTAN: The death toll in Wana Missile strike, the main town in the tribal district of South Waziristan, has increased to 20, the sources said. Seven others were also injured when a missile struck a suspected militant compound in a lawless Pakistani tribal area on the Afghan border Sunday. Residents said they heard several blasts after several missiles fired from an unknown site hit the home of a local tribesman in a village near Wana. Foreigners linked with Taliban and Al-Qaeda militants were believed to be staying at the compound in Doog village, the residents said. "Militants have cordoned the blast site and are taking out bodies from the rubble," one local tribesman said. "The missile has left only part of a boundary wall intact and turned the compound into a pile of debris," he said. "Body parts were flung into the air and were lying in nearby farmlands," he added. Pakistan's chief military spokesman major general Athar Abbas said that he had received reports about blasts, but had no details about casualties yet. "We are trying to get more details," Abbas said. click for more information and source --

Govt mulling over releasing Iftikhar Chaudhry ISLAMABAD: The federal government started mulling over terminating the detention of the deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammed Chaudhry. In the light of results of the recent general elections and pledges made by various political parties, the government is pondering to release the deposed Chief Justice. The consultation process in this connection has set in, as the government has been given the same advice from diverse quarters. The spokesman of President Musharraf, Rashid Qureshi refused to comment on any such news regarding the release of the deposed chief justice, �The government may release him, however, I have no knowledge of the same.� Also, Attorney General of Pakistan Malik Qayyum refused to comment on the same. click for more information and source --

RAWALPINDI: Thirty persons including Chairperson, Pakistan Peoples Party PPP, Ms Benazir Bhutto were killed and several others injured in an attack here outside Liaquat Bagh, Rawaplpindi on Thursday... Earlier, Asif Zardari, husband of Ms Benazir Bhutto informed that she had sustained serious injuries and was given medical treatment at a hospital. Benazir Bhutto addressed a public meeting in Liaquat Bagh and soon after she went out, a suicide bomb blast occurred outside the venue. At least 20 persons have been confirmed to have been killed in the incident, including policemen. Body parts of a number of people scattered around after the power blast. Police have described the blast a suicide attack. Leader of PPP, Farhatullah Babur said sound of a powerful blast was heard when the vehicle of Benazir Bhutto was moving past the gate of the bagh. The rescue team said the blast took lives of more than 30 persons. Initially, PPP leader Rehman Malik had said that Ms Bhutto remained safe. Later, Asif Ali Zardari, husband of Benazir Bhutto informed that she had received severe injuries. The police sources also confirmed that Bhutto has sustained critical injuries and shifted to a hospital. The latest reports said that Benazir Bhutto was killed by fire hitting her neck. The death of PPP Chairperson agitated the party workers. PML (N) Chief, Mian Nawaz Sharif, condemned strong words the attack on PPP public meeting. He said the PML (N) public meeting scheduled to be held in Rawalpindi had been cancelled in view of the tragic incident. click for more information and source THE NEWS website --

100 Index surges beyond 14000 level KARACHI: Shares prices bounced back across the board with fresh buying at Karachi Stock Exchange on Tuesday contributing 129 points to the 100 Index to close above the level of 14000 at 14009 points. Starting positive, the benchmark KSE-100 Index marched on with firm footing throughout the session. Souring prices of cement in the local markets attracted the investors to make a come back. Positive expectations regarding the financial results of oil refinery and oil marketing companies, their shares also witnessed attention of investors. In terms of trade volume, the second tier stocks saw sizeable activity. Total trade volume in broader market was recorded at 235 million shares. Arif Habib Securities was the star performer of the day which gained Rs6.60 to close at Rs179.60. Fauji Fertilizer Bin Qasim grew expensive by 85 paisas at Rs42.60 and NIB Bank was up by 10 paisas at Rs23.15. click for more information and source --


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