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Some of you may know based on a question I'd posted to the list a
couple of weeks ago that I bought a laptop for the first time.
I discovered one of the benefits of having a laptop...when I had a
problem with getting the application to do something, I just folded
down the lid, picked up the laptop and plopped into a chair his
> Many (if not all) laptops have a second monitor port so you can
> hook them up to a larger screen. I've been using this setup for a
> couple of months, and it works fine. Like Tom, I'd hate to try to
> design on a laptop (in fact, even a 17" screen is cramped if
> you're using a program with floating palettes).
The Dell Inspiron 5000 that I just got has that...I can have two
monitors running at the same time...the laptop (15"), and the desktop
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