Primarily the notebooks where designed to serve the purpose of portability but these days’ notebook pcs have taken a complete U-turn in terms of prices. Companies are designing the whole new range of low price notebooks to reach the masses. With affordability is coming into play, this market has received some much-needed momentum. If you look at the situation today, stylish notebooks are turning heads in offices and public places. There was a time when these were viewed as bulky, costly and an unnecessary affair but today Notebooks are coming out as the ‘most happening’ device. A fully functional notebook is available at a price starting from Rs 26,000. Be it the young, the working, or the old, all three generations today are demanding computing on the move. And this demand has worked wonders for the notebook market in the India.
Talking about the best Notebook aired in year 2008, MSI Wind, Dell Studio 15, Sony VAIO VGN-SZ791N, Lenovo ThinkPad T400, Alienware Area-51 m15x, HP HDX 18t, Gateway P-7811FX , Lenovo ThinkPad X300, Apple MacBook , Dell Inspiron Mini 9 are some of the names worth the applause. They bought out the best contro of processors, ultra shaped high resolution screen, high speed hard drive, high- end multimedia and some outstanding features like ATSC TV tuner and Blu-ray burner.
While they seem to be making a great effort converging all in one, at this stage you still require to make a wise choice between power and portability. You should buy a notebook that best suits your needs. The range of power packed pcs includes products like Dell XPS M1730, Toshiba Portege R500-S5003, Gateway P-6831FX, HP Pavilion HDX etc. Among the ultra portables the notebooks that you can look in with no regrets are Dell Inspiron E1505, Lenovo Laptops 3000 C100, or Sony Vaio VGN N170G, Acer Aspire 5920-6954 etc.