Notebook Computers are Popular Holiday Gifts

While retailers expect sales of desktop PCs to once again surge during the holiday season, more and more consumers will be looking at notebook computers, instead, as a more-than-viable option to the desktop unit.

After all, notebooks have come down in price over the last several years, and their portability cannot be matched by a desktop unit. They have all the bells and whistles associated with larger units, and are tight and compact in size and weight.

MSNBC has analyzed several notebooks for consideration, including brands from IBM, Compaq, Dell, Toshiba and HP. Check it out!

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