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My question is laptop creator said they wanted to build laptop so that they can save energy and be wireless but my thing how we suppose to go wireless with the laptop when the laptops til got a plug so you can charge it. Why don't ya'll just build a laptop that hold a charge about six months or more and let the battery be recyclable. Why don't they build a laptop with a small router build inside it so that you can always carry your laptop around where ever you go. you can email me at email@example.com thank you
@ badazz0609, join the rest of the wishfull thinkers...six months?
Let's look at the evolution, here. The power increases (exponentially) every so once in a while, the more of that, the more juice you'll need.
How many times per year do you change the batteries of the tv remote? Compare that to the power consumption of a laptop...
Well you can technically configure your laptop for use as a router, it won't be a very good one (limited ports) but it can still be done. And you can't just build a battery that will last for 6 months, that's just silly :P