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My son's HP Netbook

I am not sure what to make of my son's love for gadgets. I think this is common among his  generation. He has a desktop, and  routers, a popcorn, and something that looks like a tiny computer server;  which he says,  enables him to download movies from the internet faster.

And last December, he bought himself an HP Netbook. Something that he takes almost everywhere he goes. I guess all he needs to do is find a hotspot somewhere and surf away.

Surprisingly, today he says, he finds it small for his purpose. I grin. And I wonder...

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