In the past few weeks I have been talking about getting my work issued computer and looking for a companion device. Well, I have both of them – kind of…
The M4300 – It’s been a while since I have had a ‘normal’ laptop. Oh how I have missed the high res 1920×1200 – 15.4 widescreen!!! It’s like heaven looking at that thing. Sooo much screen real estate to have a bunch of applications open at the same time. And the POWER – it has the C2D 2.5 GHZ 6MB L2 Cache 800mhz FSB that is processing data from 2 – 7200 RPM drives!! It sure is nice to have things happen so fast! With the applications I run daily – I have to refer to JK – "the right tool for the job".
The LS800 – Perfect for what I want to do with a companion device – something small enough to carry to meetings, keep in my bag with the M4300, use for Power Point presentations and sit on my desk for quick notes. I still need to have my Tablet PC (it’s part of my work flow now) and unless something else comes out soon – the LS800 is the device I will have… and I almost did… Thanks to John at AllTP I had a loaner LS800 for the past couple of weeks that I intended to buy but I had to send it back. Why? Well the money I had is going to fix a roof, get rid of mold and repair a bunch of dry wall… Looks like the trusty x61 is going to stick around for a little while longer. Gotta put the roof over my family’s head first before the toys. (the boss did still give approval for the iPhone if there is a little left)
What does all that mean? It means that for the next few weeks/couple of months I will be using my M4300 and my x61 to do my job, get my Tablet PC fix and also have a sore shoulder… Good thing the x61 isn’t that heavy (cause the M4300 sure is!). After funds add up for a while and I can make the purchase I will have my ‘as close to perfect’ setup to keep me productive and organized.
Does anybody else have a ‘combo’ system? Desktop and Tablet PC? Like me – the Laptop and small Tablet PC combo? How is it working for you?
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