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A wireless laptop is the norm these days. It's hard to find a laptop that is not a wireless laptop. Coffee houses are filled with people using wireless laptops. Since wireless access is so widely available a wireless laptop is a great way of staying connected. You can use your wireless laptop for reading email or you can use your wireless laptop for surfing the web. You usually don't have to pay extra for a wireless laptop.
Apple Laptop - Macbook Air 13
 
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Specs for this Apple laptop / netbook: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.86 GHz ( Dual-Core ) • 13.3" • Notebook • 4 GB RAM • 256 GB HD • 3 lbs • Apple MacOS • 5 hour(s) Battery Life
Reviews for this Apple laptop / netbook (1 expert review (rating 88 / 100) • 18 user reviews): "Double the performance of the last gen Air..." see more »
Reviews for this Apple laptop / netbook (1 expert review (rating 88 / 100) • 18 user reviews): "Double the performance of the last gen Air Over six hours of battery life Best touchpad around Backlit keyboard returns...Keys are a bit shallow Webcam isn’t HD No high resolution or matte screen option...It still has amazingly wide viewing angles, and though it’s glossy, it doesn’t appear to be as distracting or mirror-y as the MacBook Pro’s standard panel...However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall..." see less »
Apple Laptop - Macbook Air 11
 
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Specs for this Apple laptop / netbook: Intel Core i5 1.6 GHz • 11.6" • Notebook • 4 GB (max) RAM • 128 GB HD • 2.4 lbs • Apple MacOS • 5 hour(s) Battery Life
Reviews for this Apple laptop / netbook (3 expert reviews (rating 75 / 100) • 3 user reviews): "If you don't need quad-core processing..." see more »
Reviews for this Apple laptop / netbook (3 expert reviews (rating 75 / 100) • 3 user reviews): "If you don't need quad-core processing power, but still need a stable, comfortable keyboard to do your writing, the Apple MacBook Air 11-inch (mid 2012) ($999 list) might be the chariot you're looking for...The 11-inch MacBook Air's chassis hasn't changed too much from the previous iteration...The system's screen measures 11.3-inches diagonally, with a 1,366-by-768 resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio...The MacBook Air 11-inch (Mid 2012) is a great laptop for writers..." see less »
Dell Laptop - E6420
 
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Specs for this Dell laptop / netbook: Intel Core i5 2520M / 2.5 GHz • 14" • Notebook • 8 GB (max) RAM • 128 GB HD • 8.8 lbs • Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Reviews for this Dell laptop / netbook (1 user review.): "For instance, the Dell Latitude E6420 ($1,788 direct), the company's latest 14-in..." see more »
Reviews for this Dell laptop / netbook (1 user review.): "For instance, the Dell Latitude E6420 ($1,788 direct), the company's latest 14-inch business laptop, has every feature and component that a power user could possibly dream up, from the full range of Intel Sandy Bridge processors to the gamut of business-oriented features...Although powerful, the E6420 is pricey and weighs a whopping 6 pounds, which is very heavy for a 14-inch laptop...Despite its heft, the E6420 has pleasing aesthetics...It has dual-pointing devices—pointing stick and touchpad—though the pointing stick was my least favorite feature on the E6420, as it was too stiff to use for navigation...A new look, an Intel Sandy Bridge processor, and can be configured with an endless array of optional features, the Dell Latitude E6420 has everything that an enterprise user is looking for in a business laptop..." see less »