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A third alternative has not yet been mentioned... I have a laptop here at my
office, but it's in a docking station, and I've got a 17" monitor connected,
and of course to the network.... and a big, fat, cushioned brief case meant
for this laptop when I take it home. The docking station is a wonderful
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> --- "Fisher, Melissa" <Melissa -dot- Fisher -at- delta-air -dot- com> wrote:
> > Hi all, have a quick question I hope is not too far off-topic.
> > I will be getting a new computer ...
> From a documentation developement standpoint, though, I would be
> concerned if my *only* computer was a laptop. The smaller the screen,
> the harder I find it to get layout right. It is sometimes a pain in the
> you-know-what to scroll left to right constantly when working layout
> issues. So I would look at screen size carefully.
> Tom Murrell