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Laptop Animation

About this Code

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The term "laptop" or "notebook" refers to a portable computer that can be used in a variety of settings. They come with a screen, keyboard, and a mouse-replacing trackpad or trackball. Laptops contain a battery that enables them to run without being hooked to a power outlet because they are designed to be used on the road. The power adapter that lets laptops use electricity from an outlet and recharges the battery is also included.
Advances in manufacturing technology have made laptops almost as powerful as their desktop equivalents, although portable computers used to be much slower and less capable than desktop computers. High-end laptops frequently outperform entry-level or even mid-range desktop computers in terms of performance. Most laptops also have a number of I/O ports, such as USB ports, which enable the use of common keyboards and mice. Users can browse the Internet without the usage of cables thanks to the wireless networking adapter that is frequently included in modern laptops.

Although laptops can be useful and powerful, convenience frequently has a cost. The majority of laptops are significantly more expensive than a comparably equipped desktop computer with a monitor, keyboard, and mouse. Additionally, using a laptop with a small screen and keyboard for extended periods of time may be more taxing than using a desktop computer. Therefore, if portability is not a must for your computer, a desktop model can be a wiser investment.

Transform Keyword Uses & Examples

div {
  /* Keyword values */
  transform: none;

  /* Function values */
  transform: matrix(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6);
  transform: matrix3d(1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1);
  transform: perspective(17px);
  transform: rotate(0.5turn);
  transform: rotate3d(1, 2, 3, 10deg);
  transform: rotateX(10deg);
  transform: rotateY(10deg);
  transform: rotateZ(10deg);
  transform: translate(12px, 50%);
  transform: translate3d(12px, 50%, 3em);
  transform: translateX(2em);
  transform: translateY(3in);
  transform: translateZ(2px);
  transform: scale(2, 0.5);
  transform: scale3d(2.5, 1.2, 0.3);
  transform: scaleX(2);
  transform: scaleY(0.5);
  transform: scaleZ(0.3);
  transform: skew(30deg, 20deg);
  transform: skewX(30deg);
  transform: skewY(1.07rad);

  /* Multiple function values */
  transform: translateX(10px) rotate(10deg) translateY(5px);
  transform: perspective(500px) translate(10px, 0, 20px) rotateY(3deg);

  /* Global values */
  transform: inherit;
  transform: initial;
  transform: revert;
  transform: revert-layer;
  transform: unset;


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