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How to Accessorize Your Netbook

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How to Accessorize Your Netbook

Post  somindradilruk on Mon Dec 08, 2008 2:55 pm

Netbooks are great devices because of their portability and affordability. However, they do need accessories from time to time in order to expand its offerings. These accessories can be internal and external, software or hardware.

Step 1

I highly recommend keeping a mouse handy at home or even carry one with you. The touchpad is great for tasks here and there. but if you want to use your netbook for heavy computing, I advise getting a mouse.

Step 2

Likewise, I advise keeping a keyboard handy at home. The keypad on the netbook is fine for occasional typing and short emails. But when you need to write longer pieces, like an eHow article, it is very nice to have the feel of 100% keyboard.

Step 3

I recommend getting the 6-cell battery for the netbook. For example, I use a Acer Aspire One which comes with a 3-cell battery. That gets me about 2 hours of battery life. If I had the funds, I'd get the 6-cell battery for it lasts at least 4 hours.

Step 4

I'd advise getting a USB Air Card so that the internet is accessible anywhere. A traditional slot Air Card will not fit because their is no slot. USB Air Cards work fine, so I highly advise their use.

Step 5

I advise getting a nice case/cover for the netbook along with a bag for carrying. The BEST feature of the netbook is its portability, so bring it with you everywhere. You never know when you might need to use it.

Step 6

Do yourself a favor and get a SD Card with at least 8 GB of storage on it. Most netbooks have SD Card expansion. Save your files there and free up a bunch of space on your hard drive.

Step 7

Get a USB CD/DVD player and expand your media capabilities. Use the netbook as a portable DVD player.

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