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hp pavilion notebook 15 n096sa

Is notebook just another name for laptop or is there a differance ?

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Re: hp pavilion notebook 15 n096sa

Hi,

 

Yes, for all practical purposes they are the same, the change from Laptop to Notebook was in part in an effort to disuade users from resting the machines on their laps which can reduce the airflow.

 

Best regards,

 

DP-K

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Re: hp pavilion notebook 15 n096sa

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Hi,

 

Yes, for all practical purposes they are the same, the change from Laptop to Notebook was in part in an effort to disuade users from resting the machines on their laps which can reduce the airflow.

 

Best regards,

 

DP-K

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