IX Chapter 1001: Summary
You discovered that notebooks come with different capabilities, and the price to be paid beyond the financial outlay is the weight and size. It became clear that each portable device needs power and choices in battery technology impact usability.
The tradeoffs of getting a brighter and more colorful screen with an Active Matrix display are paid with more power consumption because each pixel needs a transistor.
It became clear that the latest version of Active Matrix technology is the Thin Film Transistor. You know that the Passive Matrix screen only has one transistor per row of pixels, which saves power at the expense of display quality.
You learned that most PDAs have an IrDA port for communications with another PDA or printers that have an IrDA port.
It was revealed to you that the friendliest Operating System from Microsoft for notebooks is Windows 2000.
You discovered the different types of PC Cards and what each type is typically used for.
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