Our ever-improving technology means that what seemed impossible yesterday is ordinary today. Mobile working is a classic example: even a few years ago, the idea of carrying a fully-fledged mobile workstation in a laptop bag or getting broadband speeds from a mobile modem was hopelessly futuristic. Now, though, technology enables us to work from anywhere – but while it solves many problems it also introduces new challenges. So what kit, add-ons and apps will make you a happy traveller? Let’s find out.http://www.dellcreat...kit-for-mobile-pros/
The right laptop
There’s never been a wider choice of laptops for travelling, from ultra-portable netbooks and tablets to fully-featured, ultra-thin notebooks and desktop-class mobile workstations.
The choice of mobile machine depends on two things: the kind of work you’ll be doing, and where you’re likely to be doing it. Netbooks are great for writing in cramped conditions such as aeroplane seats, but you wouldn’t want to try rendering 3D on one; tablets are great for sketching and reading but horrible to type on for long periods without external keyboards; and mobile workstations deliver extraordinary power but aren’t particularly well suited for Ryanair flights.
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