Netbooks are like the next generation of consumer mobile computers or notebooks right now. What’s even more surprising is this comes not late after the super low-cost laptops for poverty stricken countries. But there’s nothing to complain, because more laptops means a more Internet connected community.
Sure, we’ll have more Internet addicts and black hat hackers on the prowl but at least netbooks are making technology advancements quicker. It’s become an instant hit even Wikipedia has an article about it already.
A netbook is a light-weight, low-cost, energy-efficient, highly portable laptop that achieves these parameters by offering fewer features, less processing power and reduced ability to run resource-intensive operating systems.
Last week I attended the Adobe Creative Suite (CS) 4 Malaysia launch at Shangri-La hotel. If I had to describe the launch in a single phrase; it’s not only cool stuff but really great stuff. I missed the earlier part of the launch due to a business networking event. But the rest of the energetic launch definitely made up for it – especially the creative evangelists; Tim Cole, Karl Soule and Paul Burnett.
I’m not going to dwell into all 16 Adobe applications; better known as the Adobe Masters Collection, as what I want to share is my first experience coming an Adobe Malaysia launching event. So you won’t find me talking a lot about the new cool and great features. But, you’ll be learning how to make an Adobe fleece jacket reach to the other end of the hall.
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