Best Notebook Brands
Dell Inc. is a multinational company with headquarters in Round Rock, Texas, which produces various components of computers, software, televisions and other technology products. Dell, one of the best notebook brands, launches first laptop that can be loaded wireless through electromagnetic induction. In addition, Latitude Z, the name given to this model is the lightest and thinnest laptop with a screen on the market by 16 inches, weighs 2 kg and is 1.2 cm thick.
To understand what is this about, imagine a notebook that does not require wires to load or to connect to other devices. Latitude Z is designed mainly for the specialists in creative fields. The model has a length of 40.64 centimeters, 2.5 centimeters thick and weighs less than 2.04 kilograms and the price starts at $ 1999. Its configuration includes a 16 inch display, 1.4GHz processor Core 2 Duo SU9400, 2GB RAM, Intel GMA 4500MHD integrated graphics, 64GB SSD drive, DVD burner and 4-cell battery such as dell GD761 battery, dell KD476 battery and dell BAT3151L8 battery.
Adamo is a Dell notebook, ultraportable, announced in January at CES 2009 (Consumer Electronics Show) and released on March 17 in U.S.. The Dell’s claim that it would be the thinnest notebook ever with only 16.5mm thick. So Adamo is a redoubtable competitor for Apple MacBook Air or Lenovo X301, HP Envy 133.
Hewlett-Packard (NYSE), also known as HP, one of the best brands of laptop computers, is an IT company based in Palo Alto, California, USA. The company specializes in producing personal computers, laptops, servers, printers, software products. HP is the largest global vendor of personal computers, surpassing its rival Dell, according to research companies Gartner and IDC reported in January 2008, the gap between HP and Dell has expanded substantially in late 2007, HP is before with 3.9% of the share markets. HP also is on the 5 place in the top of global companies producing software. William (Bill) Hewlett and David (Dave) Packard both graduated in electrical engineering from Stanford University in 1934. The company started in a garage near Palo Alto region, during a friendship that they have had with their former professor Frederick Terman. Terman was regarded as a mentor for two students who helped them create Hewlett-Packard. The partnership was celebrated on January 1, 1939 with an investment of 538 USD. Hewlett and Packard Peter threw a coin to decide how it will be called Hewlett-Packard or Packard-Hewlett. Packard won the coin throwing, but called their company manufacturing electronic “Hewlett-Packard Company.