Working while on the go is never easy, but it’s especially challenging if you’re not taking care of your holistic health (and don’t have the right technology!)
While tablets are the best friends of youngsters today, the laptop is still the most reliable for business people constantly on the move. The device, being the portable version of the desktop computer, is capable of performing both light and heavy tasks even when a business professional is traveling to other places.
Intel has been on a roll over the last couple of years with a series of great innovations being introduced with their new products that is setting the benchmark for speed, low temperatures and reliability. Now the company is set to unveil a new chip that will offer unprecedented battery life.
A number of health problems have been associated with long hours sitting down – not just back problems but also health issues with the heart and even cancer. Because of these health concerns there is a growing movement that seeks to change the way people work in the workplace – and that is working while standing.
Google has announced that they are going to offer the Google Chrome OS laptop for as low as $20 a month, in a scheme that is not unlike what telecommunications companies offer for mobile phones
If you had a desktop computer, a laptop, a netbook, and a tablet, which one would you end up using the most? This is the question that TV ratings company Nielsen posed to the respondents in one of its recent surveys.