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Old 10-28-2019, 01:26 PM
 
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You weren't clear on why you would need to use it when the power went out, were you? Now that you mention not to lose your work a UPS is the clear answer and on what planet would it emulate a laptop? If you would have been clear about it, I would have also suggested a UPS. That is exactly what a UPS is for, it will even automatically shut down for you if you are not using it.

The question is have you read the OP? He does NOT have BOTH a laptop and a desktop. He has only a "clunky" laptop.

Nobody mentioned why to add a screen either, I would think some things are obvious. Adding a UPS is fine but you're back to adding an extra part to do what a laptop already does. Yes, I read the OP and if he already has only a laptop there must have been a reason for that.
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Old 01-27-2020, 05:50 PM
 
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Even when there is false labeling in what they claim, I must say Chinese made Lenovo is winning. After two to three years, never having to fix a single issue with Computer specialists repair. Durability, and reinforcing of entire structure is not close to fragile. The other one I had before this had endless issues, and costing exorbitant amount to recover. Very overwhelming scary issues that I didn't think is possible. Lenovo puts the Data of the files into emergency safety mode filtering unlike the other.
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Old 01-29-2020, 08:21 AM
 
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
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Winning?!? I hate that that is a thing now.
Honestly no one makes "bad computers" nowadays. Except Acer.
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