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Laptop use in public

There are so many places you can use your laptop in nowadays, from cafes and gyms to hotels and restaurants. In fact, using a laptop when out and about is so common now that perhaps it is time that everyone agrees on some rules about laptop etiquette for use when in public places.

However, sometimes it is difficult not to be irritable when your laptop is not working properly, for example if the keyboard has some sticky keys and you keep finding gaps or incorrect letters in your document, or if the screen is damaged so that you can’t see the work you are doing properly.

This is an example of when the strength of the laptop becomes its weakness: portability. Whilst it is efficient to have a computer on-hand, the amount of  transportation that these devices go through makes them more susceptible to damage.

This presents the laptop user with a problem – can you get laptop parts or does this mean that the laptop is no longer any good and will you need to buy a new one? This is really annoying when you have got used to the way your laptop works and there is nothing else wrong with it.

Fortunately, here at Laptop Power, we have laptop replacements that are compatible with many laptop manufacturers, so that laptop repairs are possible and you do not have to spend out on a new one. With laptop parts to replace the components that are not working you can be back to normal working much quicker than you might expect.

This entry was posted on Monday, February 8th, 2010 at 11:32 am. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS feed.

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