The best budget laptop?
Kathleen M. Ward
kmward at ucdavis.edu
Fri Sep 6 05:20:20 EST 1996
For the truly desperate, there's also the word processing package
called Scorpio, which is cheap (about twenty dollars) and tiny, but
which is not as fully featured as Write Now.
> I'm a word user on the desktop Mac (MS WOrd 5.1 is fine; no WAY
> will I upgrade) but my Powerbook carries WriteNow. It is cheap,
> it is lean, it is fully functional AND the whole thing fits onto a
> floppy. So much for software bloat. It also opens and maintains
> formatting of other program documents. ANd it is very intuitive
> to use. Other than that, I pretty much agree with Sarah.
> --susan, lab computer maven and webmeister ;-)
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