When we look around at all the people on their laptops typing away or simply using them to listen to music while we read we may find ourselves amazed at the technological revolution that is upon us. The days of mainframe computers are behind us and the day of mobile cloud computing is here. The laptop is the backbone of the new modern age.
There are so benefits of laptop computers that make them essential in this modern age. Some of those are, but are not limited too, syncing data to the cloud so that it is available anywhere and everywhere, the ability to access the all of the knowledge and information of the internet anyway and everywhere, and having a full service entertainment center capable of player mp3s, CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays, and the countless streaming movies and music sites. The availability of the information of the internet is available because of recent advances in the area of mobile broadband internet. What was pioneered in the cell phone industry has made its way to laptops and cemented itself as a must have for people who use their laptops on the go.
Syncing your information to your home computer, work computer, laptop, and the cloud is by far the best thing about the modern era of laptops. This means that if you are surfing the internet on one computer, then go home and want to be at the exact same page then you can do that. Also, you can use free software and websites such as Dropbox, SugarSync, Windows Live Mesh, and many others to have your data backed up to the web, which in this type of situation is also called “the cloud”, and have it synced across all of your computers at the same time. Another benefit to these types of sites is they make sharing information with team or family members incredibly easy.
Being able to access the internet and feed your media fancy anywhere are the next two best things about laptops. Both of these features can be used while in areas with WiFi, a wireless networking signal provided by the location you are at, or be accessed by the use of a mobile broadband card. These cards can come built in to the computer or be purchased later and added internally or externally via a USB connection.
Laptops have freed people from the desk and allowed the information of the world to be at your finger tips no matter where you are in the world.
Source by Allan Tribe