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Pickavance, Mark
September 2013
Micro Mart;9/5/2013, Issue 1276, p96
The article discusses the factors being considered by the author in buying a laptop computer. He states that he does not want to spend much on a laptop and he does not like touch-screens. He also notes that he would prefer one with Windows 7 on it if possible. He mentions that after evaluating his choices, he found out that the laptop that he wants does not exist.


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