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Dwight Silverman of TechlLog (Houston Chronicle) points to an IDC study that indicates that people who have home offices want notebook computers.  He goes on to recount how his self-employed wife wanted to consolidate all her computing needs and opted for a notebook computer to handle […]

Dwight Silverman of TechlLog (Houston Chronicle) points to an IDC study that indicates that people who have home offices want notebook computers.  He goes on to recount how his self-employed wife wanted to consolidate all her computing needs and opted for a notebook computer to handle everything in one svelte (and cheap) package.  This backs up the recently released report that says notebook computers outsold desktops in the US for the first time.

For anyone interested Dwight’s wife chose the HP Pavilion 1207us which she got for the great price of $850.

(CNET via TechBlog)

By James Kendrick

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