We Koreans usually say "it's a notebook", but one of my friends told me that it's a wrong English word and I should say "it's a laptop". But I don't think so. I have seen many Americans saying "it's a notebook" instead of saying "it's a laptop." Even Apple official website writes "a notebook" for instance, "The world's thinnest notebook. Macbook Air." Which term do you prefer to use between a notebook and a laptop?
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1/27/08 at 12:32am