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> As for using a laptop (of any flavour) exclusively, I wouldn't want to.
> The keyboards are just too small and clunky for my liking (I use an
> ergonomic keyboard on my desktop machine). On the other hand, another
> advantage of a Mac laptop (Ok, I don't know for sure you _can't_ to this
> with a PC laptop) is that you can connect an external monitor and
I'd hate to use a laptop exclusively for the same reason. However, you
*can* connect an external monitor and keyboard to a PC laptop. And if
you don't want to sacrifice your mouse port to the keyboard, you can
simply buy More Stuff... I received a WinBook catalog a few months ago
that had a nifty port that attached to the back of the laptop that
allowed you to easily plug in lots of things, including a matching
(charcoal, not cerulean blue ;-) full-size keyboard.