Mobile Computing Devices – Thin & Light Notebooks

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    Electronics expert Jody Vining discusses how to select the best mobile computing device, including thin and light notebooks.

    Jody Vining: I am Jody from www.


    com and we are taking a look at some of the different options in mobile computing devices that are out there right now. And if you're a mobile professional that needs a little more power than a tablet or a net book can provide you, but you still don't want to be weighed down by a serious notebook, you got to check out some of these new ultra-portables like this Sony VAIO. It's got an Intel Core I3 Processor onboard, it's got 500 gigs of storage, 4 gigs of RAM. So you have all of the computing power you need to handle PowerPoint, to handle Excel. You can even play games on this machine and watch HD movies. So you are really not trading of very much in terms of power, but what you're getting is the ability to do all your work on the road without having a heavy laptop computer bogging you down. And what's great is a lot of these that are on the market today, have a little bit of personality like this one right here. You can get this in a range of colors. This is a very cool sort of lime green one and as you can see, it's a very thin notebook computer, it's extremely light and very easy to get around with. So this a great option for any mobile professional or anybody that wants to take their laptop with them without having something gigantic on your back or over your shoulder the whole time, perfect for the mobile professional right here.