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The Most Ideal Laptops for Business Travellers


Posted: 13th January 2017 08:54

Most business travellers would not care to admit it, but they do enjoy going out of the office and conducting their duties in anywhere other than the four walls they have been acquainted with. Yeah, it is still a bit of a hassle, what with all the preparations that needed to be done. For instance, if you are a start-up business owner, you would want to research about logistics first for your physical store, a quick titles search, gather a bit more info about how ideal the location is. That is bound to give you a pain in the neck, but being out there, even if it is work, is not so bad.
 
However, there is also the question of which materials you will be bringing for these trips. Nowadays, simply bringing your smartphone is more than enough, you can access cloud files and make necessary changes, update the people concerned in real-time, and so on. But business travellers require so much more backup, one that not even smartphones can fulfil.
 
For this reason, we have come up with a list of some of the best business laptops perfect for business travellers.
 
Lenovo ThinkPad SL400 or the ASUS P30A
 
If you are after excellent speed and power, then you can choose either the SL400 or the P30A. They are both equipped with Intel Core 2 Duo processors that can work through any kind of work you use it for. Both are outfitted with integrated HDMI outputs so you can connect these notebooks onto a monitor or any high-definition television without any problem. These two are great for showing multimedia material so the quality of the work you are showing a client will not be compromised. However, the SL400 is a little heavy at 5.5 pounds; while the P30A is relatively lighter at 3.3 pounds, it is much slower than the SL400.
 
Acer Chromebook
 
Only get this if you need the laptop solely for personal note taking and use. It is cheaper than most laptops, very much portable, but it runs on a basic operating system built around the Chrome browser. If it is simply for processing files and regular Internet than a Chromebook will do just fine.
 
Microsoft Surface Pro 4
 
One of the more popular options nowadays are 2-in-1 convertible laptops. It strikes a balance between versatile use through its tablet capabilities and optimum performance through its laptop capability. Microsoft has been at the fore of 2-in-1 laptops. The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is ultra-thin with a 9-hour battery capacity.
 
When it comes to looking for the best laptop, there are three things you need to be able to tick: speed, performance, and portability. There will devices in which they are more versed in one factor than the other, and these three choices are examples of those. So it is best to choose one that best suits your business and personal need while traveling.


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