Maybe it’s the heat, or the allure of some well-deserved time off, but things slow down in the summertime. There aren’t many major product launches, and new releases are few and far between. At TechnologyGuide, we are not averse to vacation, but even beach bums have time to kill. So why not make that time productive? This summer, the experts at TabletPCReview, NotebookReview, and Brighthand want to make this the “Summer of How To” with informative features designed to help you get the most out of your tech.
Of course, productivity means something else for the traveling executive, who may need to check in the office from time to time while away, and — GASP! — maybe even get a little work down. For these road warriors, the team at TechnologyGuide extends its expertise by exploring the devices that make mobile productivity possible.
How to Choose a Laptop Bag
Notebook bags are sold in nearly every shape and size, material and price range. We’ll review important considerations when choosing a notebook bag in this article including the bag’s intended purpose, material choices, notebook protection and more. This article focuses on the functionality and features of a good laptop bag; style is left to the eye of the beholder.
How to Get 4G LTE Access for Your Tablet
Wi-Fi is great, but if your tablet can connect to 4G cellular wireless networks you can have high-speed Internet access wherever you go.
How to Organize Your Digital Photos
If you’ve ever looked at your colossal digital photo collection and thought to yourself, “How am I ever going to organize this mess?” then this article is for you.
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs. Apple MacBook Air (2014)
It’s summer, and even execs get to take a vacation from time to time. Of course, that doesn’t mean the work stops. But there is no need to lug that clunky work machine to the beach or on the plane. There are two very powerful machines on the market that are purpose-built for portable productivity: the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 and the Apple MacBook Air. So, which is the best?
Logitech Ultrathin for iPad Air (2014) Review
Logitech’s redesigned keyboard case for the iPad Air is thinner and lighter, and includes a flexible slot that can hold the tablet up at range of angles. Perfect for the traveling exec, right?
How to Turn Your Smartphone into a Wi-Fi Hotspot
Looking to work while away from the office? Here’s how to unlock the potential of a smartphone to work pool-side this summer.
Microsoft Office for iPad vs. Office for Windows Tablet
Microsoft designed Office for iPad specifically to run on tablets, while the Windows version of this suite was not. Does that make the iPad version better?