A laptop is a portable computer. It is easily movable, which makes it mobile. Most use traditional desktop personal computer Operating Systems. Some use mobile OS’s. They are personal mobile computers with enough storage to run a variety of programs designed for desktop computers.
Guidelines for communicating effectively with them are netiquette rules. Central to these conventions are wireless networking techniques. Accessories add another dimention to good use. Features and benefits vary by device. It is all netiquette.
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An overview of Mobile Netiquette. Key terms and graphics that correspond to explanations
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Netiquette soldiers share the rules of netiquette for laptops, netbooks, and other mobile devices by David Chiles.